September 27, 2011

More Hats and Free Pattern

I'm still working on hats this week to go with the scarves I'd been making for Sandy at Bridge and Beyond, and  wrote down the pattern for the simple ribbed pattern I worked up.

In addition to the two hats I posted about last week,  here's the rest of what I have completed to send off in the next day or two.

The forest green and two striped hats are made from the pattern I just published tonight:  Easy Ribbed Hat With Variations. It's a super simple pattern in HDC, but you can pretty it up with color, stripes, flecked or variegated yarn.

The last one I finished earlier today was the black/olive/beige striped to match the scarf, and I'll be writing up that pattern next, so watch for that post in another day or two.

I think that makes a total of five hats and three scarves, but I might have a few scarves in my stash from last year that I can toss into the mix too.

October's project of the month at Bridge and Beyond will be mittens.  Mittens and I don't get along too well, so if anyone has free patterns that are super simple, please toss them my way!

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Marsha S said...

Mittens, just like socks, are something I've not been brave enough to even try to make. Your matching hats and scarves look great!

Anonymous said...

Great pattern(s), Marie Anne. Thanks so much for sharing them.