Pixie Hat and Mitts

 

I started this little wee hat and finished it within 48 hours - now that is a fun satisfying knit. This bonnet is for the grandbaby-to-be and it matches the little sweater that I knit a few weeks ago. 

I finished another set of fingerless mitts to be given as a Christmas gift. I have the pattern memorized in my brain so that gives for even speedier knitting. I definitely have one more pair to make - possibly a few more after that if I haven't burned out from making them.

What are you working on this week?


Comments

  1. I love the baby hat! You are doing well with your holiday knitting. I have a few more things to make....but I will get them done.

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  2. The baby hat is adorable! And I love memorized patterns... it makes for joyful knitting!

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  3. That is a sweet baby hat and you are the Queen of Mitts!

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  4. The wee little hat is just darling! I love it. I have not been able to accomplish much knitting or reading this past week and I'm hoping to remedy that soon!

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  5. Is there anything sweeter than baby knits??? I love the color.

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  6. The little hat is just darling. Memorized patterns are so nice.

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  7. Love that hat! Finished a cowl and have been playing around with tiny knitting for an ornament swap - yikes!

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  8. That is such a cute baby hat. Great color. Those fingerless mitts would be a useful gift! Everything looks lovely. :-)

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  9. What an adorable hat !! Love the mitts too, which reminds I need to make a pair.

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  10. Oh that little hat is adorable and it's wonderful you could knit those mitts from memory! Such a nice gift idea :)

    Hope that your week is going well and you have a nice weekend planned ahead :)

    Away From The Blue

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  11. That Bonnet is dar1ing! Im working on my shaw1 and hoping to finish

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  12. Hi Karen,
    ...I agree that baby things are so much fun to knit...that hat is adorable...
    ~Have a lovely day!

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