Finished Object: Pink Hat

I finished this hat on my lunch break today. I previously made it last year for a guy (never blogged) and I always wanted to make another for myself in pink. Well, this was another filler project before I started my Myrna cardigan. I found myself putting this on the back burner once my yarn arrived for my cardigan so, I made it a goal to finish it today.

There is not much to say about this project. I followed the pattern exactly as printed from the pamphlet Celebrity Slouchy Beanies by Lisa Gentry.

Details:

Yarn – Red Heart Super Saver

Color – Shocking Pink

Needles – Size 6 (4 mm) and Size 8 (5 mm)

Size – Small/Medium

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Finished Object: Kindle Cover

My sister gave me a Kindle and I remembered this pattern from Crochet One Skein Wonders. So, I whipped up this cover. I am really pleased with the results. As you can see, I chose to make it in my favorite color. I noticed that when it comes to cozies I always flock to pink (especially this Shocking Pink from Red Heart Super Saver because it’s the most perfect shade).

I really like this stitch pattern. It produced a knit look that is very cushy.

The flower and leaf pattern came from my 200 Flowers to Crochet book.

Super quick and fun project.

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Finished Object: Turban Headband

This past Friday I finished my turban headband as soon as I got home. I am really pleased with the results. I love super simple patterns that give your immediate gratification. I wore the turban headband the next day while thrifting and I can’t wait to make more.

I like the idea of turban headbands because since I wear my hair up a lot then, I can still have warm ears while looking stylish.

This pattern is from Nikki Trench’s book, Geek Chic Crochet.

Details:

Yarn – Red Heart Super Saver

Color – Shocking Pink

Hook – G (4.0 mm)

Level- Beginner

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