This is how many baby hats you can get out of one 377 yard ball of Yarn Bee Sweet Delight yarn. That little ball in the middle is all that's left. I had that ball left over from the baby blanket I shared last week.
I'm going to re-share the details so that I have the pattern references all in one place.
These are all from a pattern called Vintage Vibes Baby Beanie and it's by The Crochet Fix. She also has coordinating Vintage Vibes Adult Hat and Vintage Vibes Baby Blanket patterns. Both of the hat patterns are free. The design is based on the "call The Midwife" blanket pattern that was all the rage a couple of years ago. This is also a well written pattern and it has several versions, including preemie versions.
These are preemie hats from a pattern called Teeniebeenie by Hooked on Sunshine. This is a fun pattern to make and I hope that these tiny hats are genuinely useful. I'm not confident.
This one was the most fun one to make. The pattern is Vintage Pearl Baby Hat by Hopeful Honey.
Honestly, I'm happy to be done with the hats but I'm glad I was able to make use of that last bit of yarn.
There isn't going to be a ton of productivity this weekend. We have a surprisingly social weekend with a party Saturday afternoon, wedding Saturday night and meeting up with a friend from England Sunday. Fortunately the next week is our usual quiet, hermit-like existence.
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