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Last time, I showed you the cute pixie hat I knitted using leftover Stylecraft DK yarn and a gorgeous little pattern devised by Wild Daffodil.
Well, Sandra wanted to see it on a real life model so I asked my niece to send me a photo once she’d received her hat and tried it on the baby. She obliged and I thought I might as well share it with you too.
I told you he came
out in at a massive 10lbs didn’t I?
This was taken exactly one week later.
He doesn’t look sure about it and I won’t blame you for thinking he would look more at home in a baseball cap or hoodie – he looks like a real little bruiser doesn’t he?
Anyway, his Mum thinks he looks really cute in his pixie hat which is the most important thing and I did the right thing with those colours because note the pale grey body suit.
As if the Pixie Hat wasn’t enough, Daffodil has given us yet another free pattern in the form of a gorgeous little jacket which you can find on her blog here. It will fit 0-3 months but larger sizes are available in her Etsy and Ravelry shops. Details on her blog.
How blooming lovely is that? Although I can’t see that particular pixie wearing it!
No matter, I have more nieces and one is having a baby in June and it’s going to be a girl and I still have more Stylecraft scraps – what more could a knitter ask for?
I’ve got a new great nephew, born this morning weighing 10lbs (ouch!).
You may remember I was crocheting a blanket for the new arrival but he beat me to it. However!……
…….. Sandra, over at Wild Daffodil released a free pattern for a gorgeous little pixie hat yesterday and so I set to work last night and finished it this morning just as I got a text from my sister to tell me baby Benjamin has arrived. Though surely 10lbs is practically a toddler 😮
As with the blanket, I went with the ‘on trend’ grey that the modern baby is sporting, so it isn’t really pixie colours but I love it anyway.
Here is Sandra’s version, which is in more traditional pixie colours. I know, because I’ve met a lot of pixies.
Easy, quick and gorgeous – what more could you ask? Click on the photo above to go to Wild Daffodil where the pattern is available for free.
I used Stylecraft Special DK as suggested. I had plenty left over from various blanket projects and this is a wonderful project to use up those scraps.
I used approximately
Purple – 5g
Pale Lilac – 1g
Cream – 5g
Grey – 8g
Another great nephew or niece due in June so there’s definitely another one of these on the horizon. I’m also wondering about adapting it to make holes for dog ears – but that would just be silly. Or would it?