Any Tiger fans out there? Auburn, LSU, Clemson, Princeton, Detroit? Well I’ve got the perfect baby tiger hat pattern just for you! I took Red Heart’s Panda Baby Hat and tweeked it just a little to resemble a tiger and it’s super cute! Continue reading “Cro-Shayley makes a Tiger Hat”
Are you a coffee lover in need of a mug koozie to bring a smile to your mornings? Well Red Heart has the cutest Owl Mug Wrap pattern you’ll have to make for that morning Cup of Joe. Two of my college friends asked me to make them one and how could I say no? It’s so super cute, quick and easy, and a perfect project to get rid of any scrap yarn you have laying around. You can use any colors too! I might keep this one in my back pocket for some Christmas gifts.
Of course, I made a few adjustments to the pattern to make it my own but not many so here goes…
I have yet another friend who is pregnant and is due in April, however, this friend is having a little boy. She is going with a “rustic” themed nursery so I decided to make her a cowboy hat and boots so maybe she could use these for some newborn photos. Continue reading “Cro-Shayley makes a Newborn Cowboy Hat and Boots”
Top ‘o the mornin’ to ya!
St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and my little boy wants to be prepared! As I was reading through Donna’s Dozen: Lucky You creative ideas for St. Patrick’s Day blog, I came across the St. Patrick’s Day Chapeau pattern and questioned how could I make this for a 4 month old baby. I skimmed through the pattern and realized it uses 2 strands of Super Saver yarn for the hat. I was feeling LUCKY ;) so I tried the pattern with only 1 strand of Super Saver yarn and wadduya know…it fits my little leprechaun! Continue reading “Cro-Shayley makes a Baby St. Patrick’s Day Chapeau”
My friend, Lizzie, turned 7 a few weeks ago. She had planned a dragon-themed birthday party and was in need of a super cute dragon hat. I came to her rescue and made Red Heart’s Dragon Hat just in time for her birthday party.
Lizzie wanted the hat and tail to be black, the scales to be hot pink, and the spots to be purple. Luckily, I had all 3 colors in my stash! I used Super Saver Black and Shocking Pink and Shimmer Purple (which added a little girly sparkle to the hat).
Guess what Red Heart friends?!?! I’m expecting my first baby — A BOY — at the end of October and I’ve only just begun making things for him. I really need to get on the ball because he will be here in no time! EEEK!
Now that I know “it” is a “he” I’m going to start whiping things up for sure. I love to make baby hats, especially the ones that are quick and easy but look like they took you weeks to make! ;)