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Piggy and Lamby Earflap Hats

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Sizing Children
Style Casual, Cute, Mod, Whimsical, Funky
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What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Piggy and Lamby Earflap Hats

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What materials did you use? Worsted Weight Yarn, #8 double pointed needles for earflaps, and #10 16-inch circular and DPNs for hats. Felt was used for the eyes and nose. I recommend Hobby Lobby's "I Love This Yarn" 100% acrylic (#4 med. wt).

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What are you most proud of? I like that I can use the basic hat pattern to create other (animal) hats.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? This is not a difficult project. If a beginner knitter is worried about the Turkish Cast-On, there are many instructional videos available online.

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I can't believe you did a piggy hat! I collect piggys here in the pig capitol of the world....NC!! :o) Adorable!! Can not wait to make this one!! :o)

12/31/2011 Flag

I actually can't even find a piggy hat pattern except for yours! Thanks a ton!! You've got to come to NC and try some BBQ...it's only pulled pork with awesome BBQ sauce. I'm a MI native so it was all new to me 10 yrs ago. It is delicious! :o)

12/31/2011 Flag

Go fast on writing this one up! :o) Our winters in NC end by the middle of February!! :o)

12/31/2011 Flag

Hey Denise! Happy New Year!! I love Michigan and don't live too far from there in Illinois. I also have lived near NC but across the border from Charlotte in Rock Hill, SC. Not my fondest memory, but I did love the weather there!. Piggy pattern is coming along. I have it in newborn size and I want to add a newborn lamby pattern with it - sort of bundle the two together as one pattern. As far as pork, I gave up meat about 12 years ago, but I still make it for my husband.

12/31/2011 Flag

You are so talented, I love your patterns thank you so much.

09/23/2012 Flag

Wow! Thank you Norma!!

09/23/2012 Flag