Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Can't Knit Just One


Scrap Yarn Baby Beanie
knit on size 2 needles with 90 stitches
It is difficult to stop knitting baby beanies from scrap sock yarn. When one comes off the needles, the next one is cast on. I'll continue knitting them until my scrap yarn is under control.


Each hat takes approximately 17 grams of fingering weight yarn.

11 comments:

  1. Projects like that are so fun and addicting. I should check to see if have enough sock scrap yarn to knit a few.

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  2. They are so cute! And I'm sure the new moms receiving them will appreciate a hand made gift.

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  3. Adorable! Is there a particular pattern you use?

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  4. I love those. They are just so cute and colorful. Do you donate them?

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  5. Each one is so cute...and sock yarn is so soft and light. These will be well received, I'm sure!

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  6. I have to knit some too. Glad you put in the 90 stitch count cast on. I will need that.

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  7. Super-cute! I may have to do one to go with the kick bag.

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  8. I love that pattern and the colors you used.

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  9. Fun and so appreciated. I've seen babies leaving the UW hospital wearing little hats similar to these.

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  10. Very cute! Are you giving these away all at once or are you giving them as individual gifts?

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