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Old 07-15-2012, 04:59 PM   #11
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Oh they are really beautiful. Baby is going to have a nice warm head.
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Old 07-15-2012, 05:25 PM   #12
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Awwww the lighter one looks just heavenly!! Congrats on knitting cute baby hats!
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These are positively absolutely ADORABLE!!!! Great choice of yarn, too!!!
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Awwww the lighter one looks just heavenly!! Congrats on knitting cute baby hats!
Trish, the yarn on the lighter one is called Confetti. One of the expectant moms called dibs on that one already and told her friend whose organizing the shower that she wanted a cake to match the hat

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Old 07-22-2012, 11:18 AM   #15
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Very very sweet......I haven't tried magic loop as Jan has suggested yet but I find circulars are my friends....The girls will look beautiful in their hats.
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I haven't tried magic loop as Jan has suggested yet but I find circulars are my friends....
I played a bit today with magic loop and think I'll give it a serious try for the next baby hat. I'm using Denise interchangable circulars and the cords are a bit on the stiff side. I tried it with some very inexpensive (but much too short) bamboo circs just to get a feel for how it worked (total of 16st). I like it, but will definitely need something with a larger loop even for a newborn sized hat! My stitches on the 'ends' of each group are much more loose than the rest so I'll need to do some practice to get the tension consistent, too.
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I played a bit today with magic loop and think I'll give it a serious try for the next baby hat. I'm using Denise interchangable circulars and the cords are a bit on the stiff side.
I tried magic loop with my Denise needles a long time ago. It's one of the reasons that I no longer use my Denise needles as often as I once did. I have found that the Knit Picks circular needles work very well for ML, but I am sure there are many other needles that would work very well. Now that I have learned magic loop, I rarely use my dpns!
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