Thursday, December 5, 2013

Stacking Up

10 scrap sock yarn Baby Beanies
I am gradually making a dent in my scrap sock yarn stash. These little hats are a lot of fun to knit because the yarn stripes so differently than it does when knitting socks.

This stack of hats will be donated to For the Children of Pine Ridge. (Ravelry link)
Same hats from a different angle
The orange one is by far my favorite. 
Pattern specifics are on this earlier post.

15 comments:

  1. Those are so cute! You are really fast! I like using sock yarn for things other than socks, too, because there's always a surprise in how the stripes turn out.

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  2. Fantastic, Nancy. They are really cute hats, and kids are going to love them!

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  3. Beautiful hats and a very needy location. T

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  4. Such cute hats Nancy, and what a great thing to knit!! I love bright, colorful hats on babies. The recipients will be cute and warm!

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  5. They are so lovely stacked up like that!!!! Great job Nancy.

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  6. I've seen that page before. One of these days, I really want to do more charity knitting.

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  7. This sounds like a really good project for me in 2014. I was looking for a "cause" and I think I've found it.

    Your beanies are adorable!

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  8. WOW you are busy!!! They are adorable!!

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  9. Very pretty, especially the ones with the teal in them.

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  10. What a sweet idea! They're darling and will keep very little heads warm.

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  11. Oh such cute little beanies. What a good use of sock scraps! Off to look up the pattern! Thanks.

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  12. Good timing on the hats, perfect for this cold spell! And much appreciated, too, I'll bet.

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