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Crochet Sun Hat

Hi!  I crocheted this little sun hat a couple hours at a time over 3 days.  It was a pretty simple pattern.  I found it over at Lion Brand Yarn's website.  I think I crochet kind of slowly.  I'm sure experienced people can make this in a couple hours.  I once saw an elderly woman crocheting at a bus stop and she wasn't even looking at her hands or the yarn, just staring down the road for the bus.  I'm not like that.  I count every stitch and more than once too to make sure I'm following the pattern correctly and even then I might make a mistake here and there.  I am happy with the way this turned out.

It's a little roomy for my 2 year old.  I think he likes it.

Took a little break from card making.  Thinking about all the new stamps that came out at PTI.   Then there are the new RAM stamps coming out at Paper Works Co. on Friday.  So many cute stamps!  To buy or not to buy ...

That is it for tonight.  Thanks for reading and have a good Thursday!

Comments

Cheryl said…
I can't believe you finished the hat in 3 days! So cute! For a second there, I thought that was your other son! Congrats on the Karber, I guess I should go check out their website, I didn't actually look at it when you posted about it.
Sunghee said…
3 days! It would take me 3 years! I used to crochet/knit, but I could never make anything other than scarf as I'm bad at keeping track of the count. The hat looks awesome! And she is a darling!

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