Last year, I connected with a group on Facebook. We made little knit or crocheted little sweaters or shirts to honour the children who never came home from Residential Schools. People are putting up displays in schools, at businesses - these ones are going to a library.
Here are 10 hats that I made over the past year(s) on my loom. They are a bit smaller, good for up to 12 years old. I donated them to my friend, who works at Children's Hospital. Look at those cute pompoms, so floofy!
The perfect hat
I have been making this knit hat for years and years. It's a pattern I've had in my head and tweaked over the years. I can knit while I read, so I prop my book up and knit in the round, and then I have, well, many, MANY hats. I do them up over the… Continue reading The perfect hat
Tomorrow I am selling in a craft fair! It's a little one called the Mount Pleasant Elementary Craft Market. I have lots of things to sell, as usual. Mainly hats, which I knit while I'm reading. My hubs got me a bookstand thingy so I can read books or off my iPad and knit, knit, knit… Continue reading Craft Fair!
More Loom-knit Headbands
I've been making up more headbands on my loom. I made up this pattern years ago and altered it just a bit. I use two strands of worsted weight held together and wrap around a total of 18 pegs, 9 on each side. Then follow the rest of the pattern as written. This white one… Continue reading More Loom-knit Headbands