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Two New Patterns: Fraggle Hat and Object of My Affection

November 26, 2010
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As Allison and Trisha have already shared, we recently had patterns published in the Three Irish Girls 2010 Pattern Collection, beautifully presented along with the new fall colors in a Lookbook (click on the cover image to load the book).

When the call for submissions from 3IG went out earlier this year, I was pretty excited to submit several proposals that I had been working on.  I was even more excited when two of my proposals were accepted!

Introducing…..

Fraggle Hat

This hat takes the guesswork out of what to make with those gorgeous bulky weight skeins in your stash! Using a variegated colorway paired with a contrasting semi solid provides extra visual interest and displays the yarn to its best advantage.

Sizes: Baby, Toddler, Child, Adult Woman, Adult Man

Yarn Requirements: One skein Galenas Chunky in Main Color, one skein in coordinating color (all sizes)

Note: If desired, the hat can be knit all in one color. In this case, two skeins are required for the Adult Woman and Adult Man sizes. Additionally, less than half a skein of the contrast color is used for all sizes, so two hats can be made with 2 skeins of MC and 1 skein of CC.

(Ravelry link here)

 

Object of My Affection Skirt/Pants

What could be more adorable (or more practical) than shorts, capris, or pants with an attached skirt? Choose from a host of options to customize the pattern to suit your taste.

Sizes: Newborn-2T

Yarn Requirements: One Skein Carys BFL (pants, size NB-6m); Two skeins Carys BFL (pants, 12m-2T); One skein Carys BFL (skirt, size NB-6m); Two skeins (skirt, size 12m-2T)

(Ravelry link here)

I hope you like these patterns as much as I do!!

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. girlymomknits permalink*
    November 26, 2010 1:08 pm

    I know that I like these patterns as much as you do. :)

  2. Yarnista permalink
    November 27, 2010 6:38 pm

    These could not be any cuter!

  3. November 29, 2010 8:09 pm

    love them!

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