Stitching, Sketching, Scrapping Sunday

Good morning!

I hope that you had a wonderful week and had some time to get some craft work done. Did you finish something up or start something new? Maybe you and your children worked on something together this week (as this this my homeschooling/parenting blog) those projets might be interesting, too.

This week, as I thought it would be, was still all about hats. I actually didn’t get as many done as I had hoped I would because I had a very much in arms baby this week. My needle for knitting in the round also broke and I could not find one as small as the store. I’m not looking forward to knitting the whole hat on double point needles. I always only use them just as much as necessary.

Here’s a couple pictures of this weeks creations (not finished as my tapestry needles is jammed into a drawer I cannot currently get open).

Newborn beanie. I hope to find a rainbow ribbon to thread through and tie.

Top of beanie.

Ruadhán in a bit bigger of a hat and loving it!

I also made a bear hat but didn’t take a picture as the ears are not attached yet. It looks really tiny so I think it would only work for a preemie baby. Then again my chidren were all born with massive heads so maybe I am not a good judge, so I am asking you, what circumference would you make hats for the newest newborns (say that you want to fit for the first couple weeks)? Let me know in the comments section and please link up with your projects from the week!

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2 Responses to Stitching, Sketching, Scrapping Sunday

  1. Debbie says:

    I hope it is all right to post today. I was so busy yesterday. I had the pictures done but I did not get to finish the post until this morning. Thanks for doing the meme. It encourages me to do some kind of crafty project each week.

  2. Denise says:

    Great knitting! I wish I could do it~ scarves are all I have mastered~ but perhaps when my littlest gets a bit bigger I can spend more more time. :)Love the pictures of your garden. Are you following the Square Foot Gardening method?

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