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Old 02-11-2013, 02:49 PM   #1
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My version complete with sequins (which, by the way, don't get tangled in my hair--yay!):

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Old 02-11-2013, 02:53 PM   #2
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Pretty hat! Yay for sequins!
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LOVE these colors... quite an impressive job. Sequins send me up the wall... especially the really tiny ones, so good on ya for the patience (and dexterity!) required there!
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Well, the sequins came on the yarn (self-striping), so at least I wasn't having to add them in later (which never woulda happened).

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How pretty. The variety of stocking hats we've seen here is inspiring. Great color choice.
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I think I'm going to have to make one. It seems to be necessary. And I just want to!
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It is darling and I love the colors! You will be very stylish! :0)
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Originally Posted by Jan in CA View Post
I think I'm going to have to make one. It seems to be necessary. And I just want to!
It's almost become a requirement! Or a rite of passage. We need an "I made a stocking hat" badge. Who started this anyhow? I don't recall. That person needs an "I started the stocking hat craze" badge.
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It's almost become a requirement! Or a rite of passage. We need an "I made a stocking hat" badge. Who started this anyhow? I don't recall. That person needs an "I started the stocking hat craze" badge.
Brilliant! Unfortunately, as I sit here playing on my iPad yet again, I have many projects I want to finish first! Plus, I need to make a few baby items for gifts!
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Brilliant! Unfortunately, as I sit here playing on my iPad yet again, I have many projects I want to finish first! Plus, I need to make a few baby items for gifts!
I think I'd enjoy a chance to make baby gifts but I don't know anyone with or having babies these days. Have fun with your projects and if you don't get a stocking hat made we'll still you!
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