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A Long List of Oh So Cute Baby Hats to Make

This is one of the most popular posts recently at Veggies….and on a consistent basis, with 1000’s of hits to date.

In case you’ve been looking for that perfect baby hat to make , hopefully this list will give you some inspiration!

I still think they are all “oh so cute”. 😉

Have a great day and happy crafting! G

VEGGIES, YARNS & TAILS

              

I want to make a couple of baby hats for friends who are recent grans, for the first time.

Of course, the hats are actually for the babies, not my friends. LOL

I’ve been looking at some knitting blogs in search of those oh, so fun baby hat patterns that are “transformed” into things like strawberries, pumpkins…and found this post.

I thought it was very helpful and so nice that this blogger atChemKnits took the time to assemble all these patterns in just one post.                

In case you’ve never seen one of these hats, here’s a photo of one fromFlickr

                                                      

                               

So adorable I think!

And the only time in life any of us would actually look cute wearing a fruit or veggie hat. 🙂

I guess the guys who wear real hollowed-out watermelons at football games would tend to disagree. LOL 😉

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Top 5: Spring Shawls – Knit Pattern Links

*** Aren’t these shawls lovely?***

I ♥ shawls and have several knit and crochet ones that I’ve made over the years.

Don’t wear them as often as I would like to though. 😦

Are you a fan of shawls? Have you made any recently?

Happy Crafting and Tuesday! 🙂

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image1:  Bedford Spring Shawl with Cobweb Frill  (Kathy Zimmerman)

2:  Woodland Spring Shawl  (Chrstina Wall)

3:  Madeira Spring Shawl  (Shannon O’Neil)

4:  Emily Shawl  (Mandy Moore)

5:  Spring Leaf  (Gerrard Allt)

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Have You Heard About Krochet Kids International?

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Talk about an inspiring and empowering story! 🙂

Truly amazing what these three young men on a mission were able to do. 

I happened to read about Krochet Kids via Lion Brand Yarns over the weekend and wanted to spread the word a bit, here at Veggies…

You can read more about what Krochet Kids is doing to help families all over the world here. 

And while you’re at their site, do check out their beautiful spring collection of unique items they have for sale.

I love reading win-win stories like this! Hope you enjoy this one too.