Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Beanies






Anne Jansen does some great photography and has offered to take some pics of my beanies on adorable munchkins! These pics were from a recent shoot. I have to say that the baby here is what makes the hat look cute, and not the other way around! This little girl is so precious!
This is a shell stitch beanie pattern that I created myself. I am hoping to post this as a free pattern soon. It is simple, but the shell stitch adds so much texture. It is a nice twist to the basic beanie. Again the flower is from Action Hero. I have made many different colors that are detachable. I put a barrette on the back of the flower so that it is easily removed. It makes the hat more versatile!

Seriously though, this baby + Anne's photography + a cute baby beanie = one adorable photo!


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16 comments:

  1. Oh My Goodness that baby is just PRECIOUS! Thank you so much for sharing your hat pattern. I have a friend having a girl in August and this will be perfect for her!

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  2. Just cute...both baby and hat...love the pattern...it is so easy to follow, and is adorable! Just a question about the barrette for the flowers...what kind of barrette do you use? Thanks so much for your awesome pattern, and the pics!

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  3. So cute! Thanks for sharing the pattern!!!

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  4. I love the beanie & flower patterns, but most of all I love the pics of your baby. She is sooo cute!

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  5. I am trying to make this beanie. It is SO cute. I am having trouble with Rnd 8. Are the dc supposed to be clusetered? Do I chain 3 inbetween the dc groupings? I just can't quite figure it out. Thanks for your help, and thanks for the pattern.

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  6. Your photos are absolutely beautiful. I can't wait to try and make a hat for my little girl, thanks alot

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  7. OMG I had this idea in mind of what type of beanie I wanted to have made for my beautiful 5 day old premie.. So I asked a friend if she could crochet me one and said I would go searching for something similar... After a few goes I found your creation and its perfect. Its exactly what I want. I have asked my friend to make it for my little Marlee and my fingers are crossed that it works out. I asked if she could make me two, the first white one with the 3 flowers and then a pink one with 1 flower... I'm so excited. Cristabel.. Thanks for sharing your pattern, you've made my day

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  8. This shell beanie is so cute and I think your baby makes the perfect model for this hat!!! I can't wait to get started on the hat, but I did have 1 question. I saw you used a size J even for the (0 to 3 months) and I was wondering if that was correct. Most of the patters I see for newborns use a G or H and I was wondering what you thought about using a smaller size needle? Thanks for sharing your pattern!!!

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  9. I don't see the actualmpatteren is itbon here? My email is amandabenny@hotmail.com

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  10. Do you have gauge details. I am from Australia and the yarn you use it different to what we have here. I have attempted this beanie twice but can't get the same effect or size right. It has to be the yarn weight.

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  11. Where is the pattern for this beanie, I found it yesterday and I can't seem to find it today?

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  12. Thank you so much for the wonderful beanie pattern - I can't make up my mind which is more beautiful the baby or the hat!
    http://www.wix.com/crochetisfun/ilovetocrochet

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  13. I love this pattern!! Thank you sooooo much for sharing!

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  14. My new granddaughter was given this beanie in the hospital and I fell in love with it. I knew I would find it here. Thank you for sharing your talent.

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  15. What a beautiful little munchkin.

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  16. Thank you for the pattern. Planning on making hats for "Click for Babies". Thank you for letting your pattern be featured on their website. Can't wait to get started.

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