Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Homemade Head Warmer

Eat your heart out Suzy homemaker,there is a new girl on the block and her name is Sarah. I looked at my child the other day and decided that she needed a hat. Not just any hat either. She needed one that was crocheted by me. So I resurrected my trusty crochet hook from the craft box it had been placed in 7 years earlier and proceeded to whip up a pretty darn cute hat.





Not too sure about her new hat at first.















But then decided it kept her head nice and warm.

4 comments:

Daniel and Cerissa said...

haha...I have many memories of crocheting with you (and v-shaped blankets). Or is it crotchet-ing?

That hat is so sweet. There is something special about making something for your children with your own hands :)

Ben+Sarah said...

I knew you would like this post :) I have not crocheted since college! Have you crocheted anything for the boys?

Daniel and Cerissa said...

Nope. I did knit a scarf for a friend this Christmas, and I have made a quilted blanket for Logan. I am a wanna-be sewer, I guess :) I have good ideas and intentions, but it just takes too much effort!!! This Christmas I was going to make cute sock monkeys for all my nieces and nephews, but then I realized I would probably never get around to finishing them and I gave up before I began!

Ben+Sarah said...

Cerissa I am impressed that you knit! I tried it once and gave up, I can't operate 2 needles at once. I understand about the whole getting excited about a crafty project but then only half-way finishing. It just isn't as fun after the initial excitement wears off.