Hi This Heart of Mine readers! I am thrilled to be here for Amy’s Winter Wonder series. What a great way to brighten up cold, dreary winter days. We’ve been in the negative temperatures lately, so maybe I should say frigid. 😉
-an old sweater
-knit t-shirt material
-knit ribbing (notes about fabric is in step one)
-serger (you can make this entire project on a serger if your sweater isn’t too stretchy)
-sewing machine – if using a sewing machine it is helpful to use a ball point needle and a walking foot. I don’t have a walking foot, but I hear those are very helpful with sewing with knits.
They come together really quick, so make one or many. I cranked out three in assembly line fashion in just over a half an hour.
This one is the 6-9 month size.
***An important note about sizing:
Rachel O. says
Oh these are too cute. I'm in love with the pom pom ones.
Helen Crafty Stall says
Those beanies are so lovely! I'm impressed by the bow version, which will be soon on my "to do" list 🙂
Stephanie Fazio (aka lealou) says
Now, I want to make hats. I have been wanting to do this for a while, but now I really want to do make some. 🙂 Great job.
Ali Mc says
I just found you through pinterest. I'm new to sewing…..like JUST sewed two pieces of fabric together on a hand-me-down sewing machine new 😉 but I am loving your talent and site. I hope to get some ideas to start with. I really love your bows!!!!
Gingham Ginger says
These are perfect! My husband can’t keep track of our son’s hats to save his life so I made four of these and they are awesome! Hopefully four will get us through winter!
Awesome! It’s always nice to have a few spares. 🙂
Thanks for the pattern! I’m new to using a serger so I’m excited to try it 🙂
Of course! I hope you like it! <3
Great hats! And – have you got the pattern for the fleece vest on the photo with your daughter (pink inside, white with hearts outside)? I love it. Thank you.
Thanks! The pattern is from Made Everyday. Here is a link: http://www.madeeveryday.com/product/the-flip-vest/
Thank you :).
Where is the link for the pattern? I couldn’t find it in the post
Oh! The pattern is included in the post. 🙂