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3. Turn inside out. Tie pom poms on each ‘ear.’ Cover the bean of your darling little one with this supercute number and he gets ever cuter. Send a couple of these fuzzy numbers to your nieces. Make some more? 🙂
That is so cute and I love the simplicity! I'll be linking.
so adorable! I like the blues/creams together.
Love the pom poms at the top! I bet these are sooooo cute on the little tikes!
I linked to your tutorial on Craft Gossip Sewing:
those hats are to die for! totally cute!
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ps, I love this tutorial! It's wayyy too cute!
Wait-how did I miss this one? Too cute!!
This hat is cute for kids but I know that it is perfect for Canadian adults!! Do you have any idea how this can adapted to fit an adult?
Papgena Made It says
thanks for sharing!
So cute that I had to make it immediately. Just blogged about it too! Thank you for the great idea!
This is right up my alley! There's pretty much nothing you can't do with an old sweater. These are adorable; my daughter would love one!
Stephanie Lynn says
Oh ny goodness – these are adorable! I love the pompoms!
Angie @ The Country Chic Cottage says
Too cute!! I love em!
I love this idea! If only I would have thought of this when my kids were little.
CUTE CUTE! Love them for the kiddos and the adults!
Becca @ Blue Cricket Design says
Super cute and easy! the perfect combo!
When you said "width" did you mean circumference? I'm confused… cuz that would be a really big hat. cute idea! I'm planning on making one for my daughter's big noggin! 😀
That's really cute. When you said "width" did you mean circumference of the hat? Cuz that would be a really big hat! I'm planning on making one of these cute things for my daughter. What a great way to use those sweaters we love but don't wear anymore. Thanks!
another great idea i was unsure of myself doing anything with an old sweater.for fear
it would go astray. well you surely gave me a new idea for other things. like a baby
bunting. even gloves. tracing my fingers securing it from fraying sew around and
wha la gloves. thanks
love the gloves idea (and love reusing old sweaters!). 🙂
thanks for stopping by!
Hi, Super cute hats and idea. Instead of “width” of hat, shouldn’t it be the “diameter” or circumference like Tammy said? I am thinking of the newbies out there that would cut the entire width of the sweater! 99% of us know what you are talking about but there are those that wouldn’t. On my way to Goodwill Store for sweaters now!!!
Hey Sharon! Looking back at the tutorial, I have no idea why I wrote it like that. But YES, circumference/diameter is a much better term. I went back and edited- thanks for the tip! 🙂
Hi: what about using an old handmade sweater? How would you stop the stitches from coming undone?
Hey Brenda! I think you could probably use an old handmade sweater- just give yourself plenty of margin so that when you’re sewing, you’re still stitching along the tight weave instead of the fraying edge. 🙂
If you try this out, will you let me know if it worked???
So cute and easy! I will be linking. Thank you. Love them!
Thanks Mandy! I actually found one of those today and was thinking about how much I love them! 🙂
just featured this on my blog– with other winter hat tutorials! thanks for sharing it. http://www.patchworkposse.com/blog/2012/12/11-winter-hat-tutorials/
thanks becky! love the round up!