I just finished an amazingly cute hat for T and had to share.

This little number was a test knit for Alicia Plummer.

An adorable slouchy that ranges from baby all the way up to adult and only took a day to knit.

It features 3 sets of oak leaves around the body of the hat and a great twisted rib that really makes it pop.

It’s knit with dk weight yarn and I chose Berroco Vintage DK Β in a beautiful red to go with her winter coat.

I won’t have to worry about it getting dirty because I can just through it in the washer… you would not believe how dirty this girl gets!

I’m glad that the hat quest is taken care of for this year. I always seem to have trouble finding exactly what I want…and choosing from pink, pink or pink in stores REALLY drives me mad!

Ok Fall… We’re ready for you!

18 thoughts on “Oaked

  1. Beautyful! Hat and Girl, as always.
    Guess what I see on the second and third picture – frogs *lol* (and I don’t think that’s wrong on a girl that was referred to as Tadpole for the first nine months of her existence πŸ˜‰ )

  2. I just admire your knitting, you are not only good but also incredibly fast.

    And your little model – she is so beautiful.

  3. What a wonderful hat and I love that you knit this one in such a vibrant red. T has grown so much and she’s simply beautiful — a perfect model for a perfect hat!

  4. What a cute little girl and a cute little hat! Adorable. you chose the perfect color for it too… very nice fall hat. I might need an adult size πŸ˜‰

  5. the perfect fall hat! adorable on little miss t. and i love that she gets dirty, means that she’s probably having lots of fun (though maybe not so fun for the mama that has to clean her up)

  6. She has really grown up this summer. I love seeing her face change as she matures. I see the same thing in my boys as they age. Summer seems to be the time for them to change and grow the most. It amazes me every time.

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