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Sweet Heart Beanie

I love a fast knit and no seaming! Patons Inca is so soft and squishy. A lovely blend of wool, alpaca and acrylic this beanie will be warm as toast on a minters morning in Clare. I was fortunate enough to get a couple of test knitters. Thank you to Zoe, who enthusiastically knit two… Continue reading Sweet Heart Beanie

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Basic Baby Beanie – newborn

I love knitting in the round. No unsightly seams and no uncomfortable ridge for a baby to lay their head upon. Baby knitting is a bit of a secret vice for many of us. My baby days are now gone and I wait patiently for the grand children to arrive. I have no little ones… Continue reading Basic Baby Beanie – newborn

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Seeing Stars Beanie

I designed this beanie about 2 years ago, it's been sitting on my computer since. Designed to showcase the lovely yarn from Squiggle Yarn Co. Highly variegated yarns can be intimidating to use. They need a pattern that is simple enough to let the yarn be the hero and provide places for the eye to… Continue reading Seeing Stars Beanie

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Woven

A luxuriously warm beanie. Combining sumptuous cashmere and silk lace weight yarn with a super soft squishy merino singles yarn. The fold up brim adds warmth and flexibility of fit. Hat fits an adult sized head. Fun and fast to knit in the round. Needles:  1 x 5mm 40cm circular needles,  1 set of 5mm… Continue reading Woven

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The BBB (The beautiful, boy, beanie)

Designed for my conservative men. This is a blokes beanie with a little more interest in the pattern than a 2x2 rib, to keep us knitters engaged. The pattern was adapted into the round from the Mon Tricot dictionary. A lovely old book I found in an op shop years ago, it was well worn… Continue reading The BBB (The beautiful, boy, beanie)