FO – Rhea’s Hat

Christmas knitting is on full speed ahead! I now have four items finished and one hat almost finished (working on the decreases), which puts me at the midway point. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel 🙂 After I finish this one, I have one child hat, one teenager hat and two cowls left to complete. Can I get it all done by next Wednesday? We’ll see!

Continuing with my grief knitting, this one was for my Grand Niece, Rhea. It fit her perfectly with a little room to grow. I loved the bright colors in the yarn and it looks super cute on her. She’s a New Years Day baby and very close to turning one. She’s also Stacy’s little sister. Isn’t she adorable?

This was the first hat that I worked up completely on DPN’s, as the circulars were too tight for knitting in the round. There was also a mistake within the pattern for the decreases; however I figured it out.

Ravelled Here: Simple Garter Brim Baby Hat

Started and Finished 11/01/15

Needles: US 7 – 4.5 mm DPNs

Yarn: RedHeart Gumdrop in the color Cherry

Made For: Grand Niece Rhea

Until next time, Happy Knitting!

Finished Hat!
Baby Model – Rhea
Cute as a button!

6 Comments Add yours

  1. polwygle says:

    I like the yarn selection! Quick question, is this the same hat on all three photos? The one up top is ribbed.

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    1. OMG! Thank you 🙂 I made two hats out of this yarn and yes, I had the other one as the first image. I’m going to change it now 🙂


      1. polwygle says:

        I was wondering if that was a design element, ribbed on one side and garter on the other!

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  2. Neethu says:

    Awww cute and cuddly..

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you! I think so too 🙂

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  3. An awesome hat. What a cutie!!!

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