Itty Bitty Knitting

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About a month ago a friend from work’s wife (Check out her blog: Mommy Trial and Error) asked me to knit a few hats for her sister. It was the perfect time to pick up the book “itty-bitty hats” by Susan B. Anderson, recommended to me by a friend from knitting. In short, I’m addicted to this book now. I knit up two hats for her out of a mix of Plymouth Dreambaby and Berroco Comfort. After the two hats were finished I just had to knit a third. It was a lot of fun for some itty bitty knitting!

The first hat was the bunny tail hat. I knit it up in the brown to make it work for both boys and girls as it could be a bear or a bunny. The hat was knit fully out of the Dreambaby on size 6 needles. The size was for 0-6 months and came out adorable!


The second hat was the Stripey Stocking Cap. This was knit out of a mix of Dreambaby and Comfort on size 6 needles. I wasn’t sure how they would work since they are technically two different weights but they worked really well together. This was a 6-24 Month size hat.Striped Baby Hat

The final hat that I’ve knit was for an cutie pie named Allie. The snowman was the name of the hat and once again, was knit out of a mix of Comfort and Dreambaby. She is six months old so the hat is the 6-18 month old size, hopefully should fit her through the winter. If nothing else, it fit her for Christmas!

Snowman Hat

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