I found the most adorable baby hat pattern on Ravelry a few weeks back.
After reading the pattern a few times, I decided I could totally knock the socks off this pattern and went at it. I learned how to finally M1 without having to do a bar increase. I worked only on DPNs (I might have also cursed a lot). I tried my hand at another i-cord. It went well for the most part.
Well, there was those 30 minutes where I didn’t decrease correctly and I had to close my eyes as Martha took out a couple rows. But other than that, it went well. And it’s so dang cute.
Eat your heart out, people! It’s a little tulip hat. And it’s so tiny. Apparently that happens when you make things in newborn size. And there’s a new baby coming along in a few weeks and I’m hoping I can get it to the new momma in time. But I couldn’t wait any more. I had to share.
*Baby Tulip Hat: Clochette by Caroline Dlugy-Hegwer of Sock Pixie. Free pattern available through Ravelry.com.