Weekends – Big Knitting Project

So things have been a little quiet on the knitting front here lately, but that’s just because I’ve been keeping a secret!

My bestie Brenda had her baby shower yesterday, so I can finally post this. Brenda sent us the most amazing, thoughtful and all around incredible present for Marion, and I didn’t know how I could possibly even begin to reciprocate. Until she told me she liked tiny knitted baby hats. And an idea was born.

A sweet little hat for each day of the week. (Technically, since there were only five, I suppose that’s a hat for every weekday of the week, but um, I didn’t have to overnight this present, so I think the fact that I managed to get five hats there on relative time was enough of a feat in itself to negate the missing two weekend day hats.)

Monday’s Oopsy-Daisy hat

(Please ignore the fact that the pictures are horrid. While I didn’t have to overnight the package, I did have to send it second day with Saturday delivery, so I’m sure you can imagine that didn’t leave a lot of time for photo taking.)

From Susan B. Anderson’s Itty-Bitty Hats

Tuesday’s Team Spirit

Wednesday’s Whimsy. Another one from Itty Bitty Hats.

This one was so cute and so fun to knit that I think Marion might be getting a matching one.

Thursday’s Cuteness. A matching sweet baby cap to the one I made for Miss M.

Friday’s Fancy. This is probably the fastest knit baby hat ever. It’s unbelievable how quickly it knits up!

Super Quick Baby Bonnet and the super quick part is no lie!

So Brenda, I hope your SLG (that’s sweet little girl in Kat & Brenda speak) enjoys wearing these as much as I enjoyed making them! *MUAH!*

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4 Responses to Weekends – Big Knitting Project

  1. Shauna says:

    How sweet are you?!? Brenda is a lucky mama =)

  2. Ms Libbie says:

    You are so smart! Too cute!

  3. Brenda says:

    I am so lucky to have you in my life! 🙂

  4. Jill says:

    I LOVE the bunny one – TOO CUTE! You are so talented. I still remember you trying to teach me how to do that – and well, it didn’t go so well!!!!

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