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The third instalment in my 4 weeks of baby round ups is focusing on baby hats and mittens. They are just so tiny and cute!!!

**please note that this post has been scheduled ahead of time as I am on vacation, so if you have a question or comment I most likely will not get back to you until I am back home. Thank you.

Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.

1) Baby Bonnet Hat in 4 sizes up to 12 months, Baby Flower Pot Bonnet ~ by TooCuteCrochet
How sweet is this precious little Blossom in the flower pot?
Quick and easy crochet pattern!
It is made all in one piece so you don’t have any petals to sew on afterward!

2) Baby Bonnet – Preemie – 3 months ~ Free Crochet Pattern by Posh Pooch Designs
A Fellow Crocheter and Yarn addict, asks me if I could design a baby bonnet pattern, that was sized Preemie to 3 months. Here is what I came up with: I designed a bonnet pattern, that can be made from chunky, thick and thin yarns as well as worsted weight. And 2 design options: ties or chin strap with button.

3) Crocodile Crochet Baby Mittens ~ Free Crochet Pattern by Debi Dearest

4) Kaleidoscope Bonnet ~ Crochet Pattern by Danyel Pink
This bonnet is lightweight and lacy. It perfect for beginners because it works up quickly and uses basic stitches to create the fun zig-zag texture. The kaleidoscope bonnet looks great in solid, variegated, and self-striping yarns. Pattern also includes a matching lovey/prop blanket!

5) Baby Pixie Bonnet ~ Knit Pattern by Danyel Pink
This is the knitting pattern for the Baby Pixie Bonnet. It includes sizes Newborn – 6 months. The directions include color photographs to help guide you, resources for knitting help, and suggestions for making your bonnet unique. This is an easy knitting pattern. You will need size 8 straight needles, size 8 DPNs, and a small amount of WW yarn to complete this project.

6) 3D Flower Easy Bonnet Newborn ~ Free Crochet Pattern by Debi Dearest

7) Barley and oats long tail hat ~ by Heidi Yates
Several hats in one pattern! Choose a braided tail, large pom, extended length, button on flower. Directions for all options included. This is a simple, very versatile, long tail stocking cap. Pattern includes instructions for all sizes, preemie to adult.

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!

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Home, then gone again!

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OK, so we just got home from the knit and crochet show this afternoon. Tomorrow morning we will be leaving for our annual trip to Pennsic. We will be back on Sunday, August 10th. I will share lots with you then! (including some photos promised to the wonderful ladies in the Mastering Crochet class of Jane showing us a weaving in ends in thread technique)

I hope to update you periodically over the next 2 weeks on  Twitter and Instagram.. Other then that, I will see you on the 10th (or 11th).

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Lookie, Lookie!

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More later. For now:

Lookie, Lookie!!

 

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The second of my 4 weeks of Baby Round Ups is themed: Baby Cocoons and Photo Props. Call your photographer and buy some yarn!! It’s time to make some fun photo props. :)

Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.

1) Take Me Out to the Ballgame Infant Photo Prop Set ~ Crochet Patterh by Tera Kulling
Now your newest ball player can be ready to go to the game in this adorable Infant Photo Prop set! Instructions for the brimmed baseball cap, and the little shoes with CLEATS!

2) Mr. Greene the Scarecrow set ~ Crochet Pattern by CPCreations

3) Bringing Back the Bonnet ~ Crochet EBook by Dearest Debi
7 bonnets including 1 bonus never released bonnet.
All bonnets in eBook are Newborn size only.

4) Chunky Monkey Cuddle Critter Cape ~ Crochet Pattern By Elizabeth Spivey
Cuddle Critter Cape sets are for use in Newborn photography. Great for photographers to have on hand for sessions. Designed to make it simple if a baby is sleeping on there tummy just slide on the hat and you now have a cute little baby dressed up like your favorite critter.

5) Free Newborn Crocheted Bow Tie ~ Free Crochet Pattern by Katie’s Crochet Goodies
I am so excited to share this pattern with you, it’s a crocheted bow tie for newborn photos.

6) Newborn Cocoon ~ Crochet Pattern by Little Monkeys Crochet
This adorably cozy newborn cocoon will make a sweet and snuggly photo prop for the announcement of your precious little one’s grand entrance into the world. Crocheted in a seamless round with a lovely and simple stitch pattern, the cocoon is finished off with a unique brim that includes a button closure.

7) Amelia’s snugglie cocoon and hat ~ Knit Pattern by Heidi Yates
A KNITTED cocoon and matching long tail hat.

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!

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I am crazy busy right now. There is just not enough time to do everything.

I will be leaving for the Knit and Crochet show (AKA ~ Chain Link) tomorrow, and once I am settled in a bit I will start sharing more about it all with you. But for now…crazy busy.

I still have to finish up the top I am wearing on Saturday (this was a victim of my unexpected medical issue that caused me to lose close 2 weeks of prep time at the beginning of the month, between time in the hospital and uselessness due to pain and/or medications).

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I have started to get my clothes and such together.

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And I have sort of started to pack.

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Don’t even get me started on packing for the trip we are supposed to be going on straight from the show. We will instead be coming home for a day or two in between so I can finish getting ready for that one. At least the house is basically on the way from the show to the vacation, so it is not like we will be driving a lot out of the way.

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Anyway, I will *hopefully* have the Wednesday Round Ups pre~written and scheduled so they will still happen even when I am out. They will continue with the baby theme for a few more weeks. I also have a pattern for the little fans wrap that should be out in a few days (free on the blog) and 2 more patterns for design competition pieces, which will be out after the winners are announced.

Like I said. Crazy. Busy.

P.S. ~ I forgot to let you know, if you want to join me on my crazy adventures for the next 3 weeks, follow me on Twitter and/or Instagram. I will be doing my best to keep you updated that way, as it is much easier to post to those sites from my phone, and my internet/electricity access will be limited for weeks 2 and 3 of my adventures.

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