On the Fifth day of Christmas

On the Fifth day of Christmas my true love made for me…

Cousin Hats

This project started with a trip to Michaels’s with my six year old shadow. He saw the yarn with the pom pom’s attached and it was too soft to walk away from. I bought three balls of yarn, one for him, and one for each of his young cousins. Then my older son wanted one, then I asked my other sister if her kids would like hats. The next thing you know I was making a range of hats to fit 6 months to 13 years old. I knit 8 hats in total in a variety of different colours for all of my nephews, my kids and my single niece.

I can’t wait to see the pictures of all of them in their new toques. But first I have to take a trip to the schools lost and found to see if I can’t find one of my kids hats. It’s been 8 days and it’s missing already!

Pattern to follow.

Happy Crafting

Sarah

2 thoughts on “On the Fifth day of Christmas

  1. Gloria Cuy January 3, 2020 / 11:22 am

    I love your ideas for knitting. My daughter is moving to a colder area and will be able to make good use of hats. I couldn’t find the pattern for cousins hats.?? Love the soft pompoms

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    • spaleksic January 3, 2020 / 12:15 pm

      Hi Gloria, I didn’t ever write out the pattern for these hats I guess. I will add it to my To Do list 😉

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