Sunday, February 28, 2010

Crochet for my baby

I made this in the car.  The hat, not the baby, silly.  This is the fourth hat I've crocheted.  The other three I made last summer to keep myself busy during bedrest. 

The one I had made for baby T earlier was from a baby yarn, and I wanted him to have one that matched his siblings' hats.

I think he likes it.  Doesn't it match his eyes well?
I was sorting through my yarn recently and realized that I have about 10 shades of blue yarn.  And that's all, no other colors.  Crazy, huh? 
I like blue. Blue is my signature color.
I've seen Steel Magnolias a couple of times...

13 comments:

  1. You're killing me with all your cute projects on your cute kids! I've been seeing so many of these cute hats around! As always... jealous of your creations... human and domestic ;)

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  2. T is so cute, I can't even believe it. Look at those big blue eyes! I sure would like to come home and give him and the other adorable little ones big hugs and kisses.

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  3. Now you're just showing off! And well you should, with kids who look like that! Adorable hat, too. You're really good a making stuff (including kiddos). And you make it look so easy, that boggles me even more!

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  4. That hat is so cute! I have taken to making hats on the Knifty Knitter... for some reason, I always mis-count when either crocheting or knitting in the round, LOL! T is such a cutie, too!!!

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  5. Thanks everyone, I know you can tell that I think T is pretty cute. :)

    You're right, jennifiend, I'm showing off. :)

    I really want to learn to knit, Shelley. I lose count of stitches, too, but just figure oh well when it's for my kids...they don't know the difference. :P And, those Knifty Knitters look like they'd be really handy. My goal is to learn to knit this year. I think it would be easier to knit the nubby yarns that appeal to me than to crochet them, too.

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  6. Okay missy, that is adorable!

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  7. Beautiful hat and what a beautiful baby!

    I can totally imagine that 2nd picture with the background in black and white and just baby's beautiful face in color.

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  8. Pink is definitely my signature color. :-)

    And that is one super gorgeous baby you have there.

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  9. Dude, I can teach you how to knit. Next weekend. Done.

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  11. Can someone teach me how to knit?

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  12. That's a great idea, Katie. I think I'm going to play around with it...

    Jennifer, hitch a ride this way and I'm sure Bridget will teach you, too! Girl weekend!!

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