This is the new project I just finished. Isn’t it cute? I used the standard earflap beanie pattern that can be found here, on the Repeat Crafter Me blog. This is my go to spot for the hat patterns because they work up quickly, the seams come together nicely and the sizing is always spot on.
Then I crocheted a star using the pattern here. The star worked up super easily (I tried a few patterns and this one was definitely the winner). I didn’t use the fabric stiffener, but I did block the piece overnight to give it a more pointy look as it looked like a flower once finished.
I finished off by using surface slip stitches to create the tail of the shooting star. Here is the tutorial I used when first using the technique a few months ago.
The yarn I used for the hat is Lion Brand Wool-Ease in Navy and Gold for the star and accent colour.
Now it’s time for me to start a poncho for my son. Cheers!
What projects do you have going on right now?