Yes this is a child’s hat… modified for an adult that LOVES wearing cutesy hats! LOL

I used THIS pattern.

modifications: instead of casting on 32, I cast on 70. and changed the colors when I felt like it!

Time: about 4hrs or 2 movies!

Sharing b/c it would be a GREAT hat for a little kiddo or if you know other adults who like pom-poms on their head!



12 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Adrienne
    Sep 06, 2007 @ 14:38:00

    LOL! that is cute!!!


  2. KimT
    Sep 06, 2007 @ 15:14:00

    very cute!


  3. Sheila
    Sep 06, 2007 @ 17:11:00

    Look at ya… looking like a kid w/ dimples….haha!! love the color combo.


  4. urbanknitrix
    Sep 06, 2007 @ 20:08:00

    That is so cute!!! My niece would love that hat.


  5. Erica B.
    Sep 06, 2007 @ 20:12:00

    That is too cute!


  6. Virtuous
    Sep 07, 2007 @ 00:03:00

    Blogger sucks! I was trying to leave a comment early today and it kept giving me an error message!>;

    Anyway! Well done grasshopper! We got details/specs and all!! :o)

    And NO I hate making pom poms let alone where them on my head! LOL They are cute things though!


  7. Keli
    Sep 07, 2007 @ 01:05:00

    Nice work. Now wear are you going to wear your pom-pom hat?


    Sep 07, 2007 @ 01:31:00

    Thx ladies!

    Urbanknitrix, I bet your niece will love it! I’m going to make one for my niece and nephew… well ian’s neice and nephew. Mine are in Tx.. No need! LOL

    @ Stacey… *takes bow like the Karate Kid* LOL Whatcha got against pom~poms ms. Missy :-p

    @Keli… to work/school/dinner… lol everywhere 🙂 I gotta have something bright for thr grey days ahead 🙂


  9. WendyB
    Sep 07, 2007 @ 01:47:00

    Aw, cute!


  10. Carmell
    Sep 07, 2007 @ 01:48:00

    i knitted one of those for my son last year. i used a different pattern though. aren’t they the cutest!


    Sep 07, 2007 @ 02:55:00

    Hey WendyB, Thx! Don’t be a stranger 🙂

    Carm… what colors did you use for your sons’ hat? They are cute though!


  12. African Kelli
    Sep 09, 2007 @ 03:50:00

    Super cute! I love it. And there is something so fabulous about fast knitting projects.


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