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Introducing the Peek-a-BOO Pumpkin Hat pattern… just in time to make some for the Littles in your life, to keep them warm this fall! Perfect for visits to a Pumpkin Patch, fall craft fairs, walks in the park to collect bright fall leaves.
They work up quickly, using aran or worsted weight yarn and a 5mm hook for the hats–use a 4mm hook for the little Topper cat, ghost, and spider. The Toppers look cute in place of a pom-pom on any fall hat, or make them for little pocket pal toys–great as cat toys, too!
The Thanksgiving Pumpkin Hat has also been updated, and for even more fun I added another BONUS pattern in it! It now gives instructions to make 2 sizes of Pumpkin Totes–perfect for Trick-or-Treat bags, or to carry little toys, or for your littles to carry their own purchases at fall craft fairs.
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It isn’t too late to crochet up a bunch of these cute miniature witches hats! They only take a small amount of yarn and a few minutes of your time. Tomorrow or Wednesday I’ll add 2 more fascinators–a bowler hat and a fedora/cowboy hat–and offer the 3 patterns in a Pdf Ravelry download.
The little fascinators are so quick to make up that they are perfect to use for ladies fascinators, doll hats, or fall décor. Make them in different colours for different purposes and seasons! The witch hat would be perfect as a princess’s or wizard’s hat; the bowler and fedora would be cute summer accessories in pastels or bright colours. Make a bunch up for a party, leave heaps of different trims nearby, and let adults or children décorate their own hat! They would even be cute place cards at a table–just add a little name tag; let the guests take the hat home as a memento. They are perfect accessories for pumpkins, too!
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