Monday, September 30, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 30 Myshelle's Heart Keepsake



Good morning all.

Day 30 is finally here. It's been one amazing month that's for sure. It's been so great to see all of your hats, to see all of the colour combinations and designs and just so much love.

It's always such a funny day, day 30. It's the end of another event, and the lead up to posting day can be quite emotional.

Everyone has done such an amazing job. From our designers and testers right through to every single person that made a hat, shared the posts and spread the news. Thankyou!

To our guest designers this year, Lisa, Nikki, Sue, Mim and Caroline, Thankyou. For your time, efforts and dedication to the hat drive, not just this year as designers, but for the support in previous years too.

To the entire CCP team, and all the testers, thankyou. What an incredibly special bunch of ladies I have supporting me, the hat drive, and the CCP group as a whole. You all rock so much more than you know.


To all of you, who have joined in tirelessly year after year, even the years that have been difficult for me, your support has always been incredible. So many of you have been touched by loss and it just blows my mind how supportive we all are of each other.

Remember to check this page for all the postal addresses if you are sending to one of our official groups this year.

Thankyou for joining me on this journey, and joining in this hat drive. Keep an eye out at MammaThatMakes for future updates on the tally from our groups, and to see photos from everyone's efforts this year. Feel free to email me your photos at myshellecole@gmail.com (put ibghd pics in the subject) and I'll share them on the MTM page too.



Our very last pattern this year is actually not a hat, but a keepsake. In memory of all of my angels, Frankie, Alice, Robin, Sacha, Jesse and Nora. A piece of my heart forever.

Myshelle's Heart Keepsake

US Terms
Key:
St - Stitch
Ch - Chain
Slst - Slip Stitch
Sc - Single Crochet
Dc - Double Crochet
Hdc - Half Double Crochet

Instructions in ( ) should be done in the same stitch
Starting chain counts as first stitch, and in the end round stitch count. 

Make 2. Keepsakes must come in matching pairs.

Finished Measurements: 5.5cm x 5.5cm at widest points.

Amount Of Yarn Used: 9 Meters/10 Yards/3g of 4Seasons Marvel 8ply.

Hook Size: Any (I used 3.25mm)

Yarn: Any (I used DK/8Ply)

1: ch3, 2dc in the 1st ch - 3dc

2: ch3, turn, dc in the same st, dc in the next st, 2dc in the last st. -5dc

3: ch3, turn, dc in the same st, dc in the next 3 sts, 2dc in the last st. -7dc

4: ch1, turn, (hdc, dc, hdc) in the next stitch, slst 3, (hdc, dc, hdc) in the next st, sc in the last st, ch1, sc evenly around the entire heart, slst to the ch1 to join. 

End off and weave in all tails. 


Sunday, September 29, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 29 The Alex Beanie



Hello all and welcome to day 29.

Today is our second last pattern for this month, and it is a stunner indeed! Designed by Caroline Britton, this lovely beanie would look great in a vast array of colours.

This beanie is in remembrance of Alex.



Saturday, September 28, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 28 The Ruby Robinson Beanie



Hello hello!  Welcome to day 28. Eee so close to the end of the month! I hope everyone is travelling well.

Today's pattern is a super easy worked flat ribbed beanie. This is probably the most basic beanie a beginner could make, so if you are new to crochet and want to have a crack, this is the one to start with :) This beanie will fit a bub of 32 weeks gestation.

This pattern is in remembrance of Ruby Robinson.




The Ruby Robinson Beanie

US Terms

Key:
St - Stitch
Ch - Chain
Slst - Slip Stitch
Blo - Back Loop Only
Hdc - Half Double Crochet

Instructions in * * should be repeated
Starting chain counts as first stitch, and in the end round stitch count. 

Sized for:
32 Weeks Gestation

Finished Measurements: Laid flat before being sewn up the piece will be approx 15cm wide and 36cm long, after sewing approx 13cm from brim to crown (without the brim folded) and 15cm across the brim.

Amount Of Yarn Used: 51 Meters/56 Yards/19g of 4seasons Marvel 8Ply

Hook Size: 4mm

Yarn: DK/8Ply

1: ch26, hdc into the 2nd ch from hook and in the next 19 chs, slsy in the last 5 chs. -20hdc, 5slst

2: ch2, turn, hdc blo in each st across. - 25hdc

3: ch2, turn, hdc blo in the first 20 sts, slst blo in the last 5 sts. - 20hdc, 5slst

Repeat rounds 2 and 3 for another 27 rows, or until you reach 36cm in length.

End off leaving a very long tail. Sew up the side if the beanie, and then gather the top (the starting chain end is the top). Pull tight to close the beanie.

Optional: You could add a small pompom to the top should you want to.


Friday, September 27, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 27 The Sa-Fire Treffers Bonnet



Good morning all, welcome to day 27.

Today's pattern is a worked flat ribbed bonnet. I love how once completed this bonnet has a little pixie look to it, especially with the way the point sits at the back, adorable!  This bonnet is designed for 32 weeks gestation, but being worked flat, it would be incredibly easy to add or subtract from the starting chains and the body repeats to resize.

This pattern is in remembrance of Sa-Fire Treffers.



The Sa-Fire Treffers Bonnet

US Terms

Key:
St - Stitch
Ch - Chain
Sc - Single Crochet
Blo - Back Loop Only
Flo - Front Loop Only
Hdc - Half Double Crochet


Instructions in * * should be repeated
Starting chain counts as first stitch, and in the end round stitch count.

Sized for: 32 Weeks Gestation

Finished Measurements: Approx 12cm from brim to crown, 14cm across the brim.

Amount Of Yarn Used: 48 Meters/53 Yards/18g of 4Seasons Marvel 8ply

Hook Size: 4mm

Yarn: DK/8Ply

1: ch35, hdc in the 2nd ch from hook and each ch across. -34hdc

2: ch2, turn, hdc blo in each st across. -34hdc

3-12: Repeat row 2.

End off leaving a long tail. Fold bonnet in half and sew the 1st row together to make the top seam of the bonnet.

Finishing the brim:

1: With the top of the bonnet facing up and the neckline facing away from you, rejoin your yarn to the right corner, ch2, hdc evenly for 45 sts across the brim until you reach the other corner.

2: ch2, turn, hdc blo in each st across. -45hdc

3: ch2, turn, hdc flo in each st across. -45hdc. End off and weave in tails.

To make the tie, chain 90. Use the chain cord to weave in and out of stitches along the neck line and pull slightly to gather.



Thursday, September 26, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 26 The Austen Samuel Haldane Hat



Good morning all, hello to day 26!

Today's pattern is another Lisa Robson design! I love the simplicity of this hat. It's designed for a full term newborn, and would look fantastic solid, with a contrasting edge, or even in stripes!

This pattern is in remembrance of  Austen Samuel Haldane.


Wednesday, September 25, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 25 The Sebastian and Blayde Treffers Beanie




Good morning to one and all, here we are at day 25!

Today's pattern uses the same waistcoat or knit style stitch that yesterday's bonnet did. It's such a fun texture to play with. This beanie will fit a baby of 28 weeks gestation. Be sure to use a gentle hand on the sc section, if your sc stitches are too tight the brim will be stiff. If your having trouble with the stiffness, go up to a 4.5mm hook for that section.

This pattern is in remembrance of  The Sebastian and Blayde Treffers



The Sebastian and Blayde Treffers Beanie

US Terms

Key:
St - Stitch
Ch - Chain
Sc - Single Crochet
Dc - Double Crochet
Blo - Back Loop Only

Instructions in * * should be repeated
Starting chain counts as first stitch, and in the end round stitch count.

This pattern uses what is known as a waistcoat stitch, or knit stitch. These start on round 7. A waistcoat stitch is made by making a sc by inserting your hook in between the posts of the stitch, rather than the top of the stitch. You can find an excellent tutorial on this here: https://hearthookhome.com/waistcoat-crochet-stitch/

Sized for: 28 Weeks Gestation

Finished Measurements: 9.5cm from crown to brim, 13.5cm across the brim

Amount Of Yarn Used: 32 Meters/35 Yards/12g of 4Seasons Marvel 8ply

Hook Size: 4mm

Yarn: DK/8Ply yarn

1: Into a magic ring make 12dc, join. -12dc

2: ch3, dc in the same st, 2dc in each remaining stitch around, join to the ch3. -24dc

3: ch3, dc in the same st, dc in the next st, *2dc in the next st, dc in the next st*, repeat around, join to the ch3. -36dc

4-5: ch3, dc in each st around, join to the ch3. -36dc

6: ch1, sc blo in each st around, join to the ch1. -36sc

7-11: ch1, sc in each st around, between the posts, join to the ch1. -36sc

12: ch1, sc blo in each st around, join to the ch1. -36sc

End off and weave in all tails.

Optional: You could change the look of this hat by using a contrasting colour on rounds 7-11.



Tuesday, September 24, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 24 The Ethan Zachary Comer Bonnet




Good morning lovelies and welcome to day 24.

Today's pattern is my personal smallest for this years releases, coming in at 26 weeks gestation. This little bonnet uses the waistcoat or fake knit stitch, and is super fast to make. It has such a subtle texture.

This pattern is in remembrance of Ethan Zachary Comer.



Ethan Zachary Comer Bonnet


US Terms

Key:
St - Stitch
Ch - Chain
Sc - Single Crochet
Dc - Double Crochet
Blo - Back Loop Only

Instructions in * * should be repeated
Starting chain counts as first stitch, and in the end round stitch count. 

This pattern uses what is known as a waistcoat stitch, or knit stitch.
These start on round 7.
A waistcoat stitch is made by making a sc by inserting your hook in between the posts of the stitch, rather than the top of the stitch.
You can find an excellent tutorial on this here: https://hearthookhome.com/waistcoat-crochet-stitch/

Sized for: 26 Weeks Gestation

Finished Measurements: 12.5cm across the brim, 9cm from brum to crown.

Amount Of Yarn Used: 34 Meters/38 Yards/13g of 4Seasons Marvel 8Ply

Hook Size: 4mm 

Yarn: DK/8Ply yarn

1: Into a magic ring make 12dc, join. -12dc

2: ch3, dc in the same st, 2dc in each remaining stitch around, join to the ch3. -24dc

3: ch3, dc in the same st, dc in the next st, *2dc in the next st, dc in the next st*, repeat around, join to the ch3. -36dc

4: ch3, dc in each stitch around, do not join. -36dc

5: ch3, turn, dc in each st across -36dc

6: ch1, turn, sc blo in each st across -36sc

7-11: ch1, turn, sc in each st across, between the posts -36sc

12: ch1, sc blo in each st around, join to the ch1. -36sc

End off and weave in all tails.

Ties:
Ch30, with the bonnet neck line facing up join yarn to the right hand corner
and ch1, sc evenly along the neckline until you reach the left corner,
then ch30 to complete the second tie.


Optional: You could change the look of this hat by using a contrasting colour on rounds 7-11.



Monday, September 23, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 23 The Max Windress Hat



Good morning beautiful people and welcome to day 23!

Today's guest post is a lovely bonnet designed by Caroline Britton. It includes instructions from 12 weeks gestation through to 20 weeks gestation.

This pattern is in remembrance of Max Windress.

Sunday, September 22, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 22 The Lucy Weir Bonnet



Hello hello, welcome to day 22!

Today's pattern is a sweet little bobble bonnet, to fit 28 weeks gestation. Gosh I love bobbles!

This pattern is in remembrance of  Lucy Weir





The Lucy Weir Bonnet

US Terms

Key:
St - Stitch
Ch - Chain
Sc - Single Crochet
Dc - Double Crochet
Hdc - Half Double Crochet

Special Stitches
Bobble: Yarn over, insert hook in stitch, yarn over, pull through, yarn over, pull through one loop, yarn over, insert hook into the same stitch, yarn over, pull through (5 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through all 5 loops. 

Instructions in * * should be repeated
Starting chain counts as first stitch, and in the end round stitch count. 

Sized for: 28 Weeks Gestation

Finished Measurements: Approx. 10cm from crown to brim, 12cm across the brim.

Amount Of Yarn Used: 30 Meters/32 Yards/11g of 4Seasons Marvel 8Ply

Hook Size: 4mm

Yarn:  DK/8Ply in main and contrasting colours

Starting with your main colour

1: Into a magic ring make 9dc, join to the first. -9dc

2: ch3, dc in the same st, 2dc in each st around, join to the ch3. -18dc

3: ch3, dc in the same st, dc in the next st, *2dc in the next st, dc in the next st*, repeat around, join to the ch3. -27dc

4: ch3, dc in the same st, dc in the next 2 sts, *2dc in the next stitch, dc in the next 2 sts*, repeat around, do not join (no more joins from here on out). -36dc

5-6: ch3, turn, dc in each st around. -36dc

With contrasting colour

7: ch1, turn, bobble in the next st, sc in the next st, * sc in the next st, bobble in the next st, sc in the next st*, repeat around.

With main colour

8: ch2, turn, hdc in each st around. -36hdc

9-10: repeat rounds 7 and 8.

11: ch1, sc in each st around. -36sc

End off and weave in all tails.

Ties:

With main colour ch35, holding the bonnet so the neckline is facing up and the crown beside your body join the yarn to the right hand corner and ch1, sc evenly along the neckline to the other corner, when you reach it, ch35 to complete the second tie. End off.



Saturday, September 21, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 21 The Corey James Beanie



Hello hello! Day 21! Gosh we're absolutely flying through this month!

Today's beanie features bobble stitches to give it a lovely striped pattern. This beanie will fit 28 Weeks gestation. It would also look lovely if you used 2 different colours for the stripes!

This pattern is in remembrance of Corey James.



The Corey James Beanie

US Terms

Key:
St - Stitch
Ch - Chain
Sc - Single Crochet
Dc - Double Crochet
Hdc - Half Double Crochet

Special Stitches

Bobble: Yarn over, insert hook in stitch, yarn over, pull through, yarn over, pull through one loop, yarn over, insert hook into the same stitch, yarn over, pull through (5 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through all 5 loops.

Note: Bobbles work better on one side, that's why we are doing turns on some rounds. When turning your work be careful to keep the working yarn on the wrong side so it stays hidden.

Instructions in * * should be repeated
Starting chain counts as first stitch, and in the end round stitch count.

Sized for: 28 Weeks Gestation

Finished Measurements: Approx. 10cm from crown to brim, 12cm across the brim.

Amount Of Yarn Used: 30 Meters/32 Yards/11g of 4Seasons Marvel 8Ply

Hook Size: 4mm

Yarn:  DK/8Ply in main and contrasting colours

Starting with your main colour

1: Into a magic ring make 9dc, join to the first. -9dc

2: ch3, dc in the same st, 2dc in each st around, join to the ch3. -18dc

3: ch3, dc in the same st, dc in the next st, *2dc in the next st, dc in the next st*, repeat around, join to the ch3. -27dc

4: ch3, dc in the same st, dc in the next 2 sts, *2dc in the next stitch, dc in the next 2 sts*, repeat around, join to the ch3. -36dc

5-6: ch3, dc in each st around, join to the ch3. -36dc

With contrasting colour

7: ch1, turn, bobble in the next st, sc in the next st, * sc in the next st, bobble in the next st, sc in the next st*, repeat around, join to the ch1.

With main colour

8: ch2, turn, hdc in each st around, join. -36hdc

9-10: repeat rounds 7 and 8.

11: ch1, sc in each st around, join to the ch1. -36sc



Friday, September 20, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 20 - The Gabriel Windress Hat



Good morning all and hello to day 20!

Today's pattern is another sweet little design by Lisa Robson <3

This pattern is in remembrance of Gabriel Windress.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 19 The Rocco Windress Hat



Hello all and welcome to day 19.

Today's hat is a lovely little design created by Mim Layton, and will fit 16-18 weeks gestation. This is a super fast beanie to make, and perfect for travelling as it's so easy to memorize.

This pattern is in remembrance of Rocco Windress.



Wednesday, September 18, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 18 The Mackenzie Rose Bonnet



Good morning lovelies, welcome to day 18!

Today's pattern is another take on the cross over stitch texture that I love so much! This bonnet will fit 36 weeks gestation.

This pattern is in remembrance of Mackenzie Rose




The Mackenzie Rose Bonnet

US Terms

Key:

St - Stitch
Ch - Chain
Sk - Skip Stitch
Sc - Single Crochet
Dc - Double Crochet
Hdc - Half Double Crochet

Instructions in * * should be repeated
Starting chain counts as first stitch, and in the end round stitch count.

Sized for: 36 Weeks Gestation

Finished Measurements: 11cm from brim to crown, 16cm across the brim.

Amount Of Yarn Used: 51 Meters/56 Yards/19g of 4Seasons Marvel 8Ply

Hook Size: 4mm

Yarn: DK/8Ply

1: Into a magic ring make 12dc. -12dc

2: ch3, dc in the same st, 2dc in each remaining st around, join to the ch3. -24dc

3: ch3, dc in the same st, dc in th next st, *2dc in the next st, dc in the next st*, repeat around, join to the ch3. -36dc

4: ch3, dc in the same st, dc in the next 2 sts, *2dc in the next st, dc in the next 2 sts*, repeat across, do not join. -48dc

5: ch2, turn, hdc in each st across. -48hdc

6: ch3, turn, dc in the next 3 sts, dc into the base of the starting ch3, *sk1, dc in the next 3 sts, dc into the skipped st*, repeat across.

7: ch2, turn, hdc in each st across. -48hdc

8-9: Repeat rounds 6 and 7

10: ch1, turn, sc in each st across. -48sc

End off and weave in tails.

Chain 40, with the bonnet sitting with the neck facing up join your yarn to the right corner, sc1 and sc evenly across the neck line to the left corner, ch40 to complete the second tie. End off.



Tuesday, September 17, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 17 The Tobias Beanie




Good morning all and welcome to day 17. Today's beanie is a lovely little textured stitch that I really enjoy using. It will fit a baby of 34 Weeks gestation.




Tobias Beanie



US Terms


Key:
St - Stitch
Ch - Chain
Sk - Skip Stitch
Sc - Single Crochet
Dc - Double Crochet
Hdc - Half Double Crochet

Instructions in * * should be repeated
Starting chain counts as first stitch, and in the end round stitch count. 


Sized for: 34 Weeks Gestation


Finished Measurements: 11cm from crown to brim, 15cm across brim


Amount Of Yarn Used: 41 Meters/44 Yards/15g of 4Seasons Marvel


Hook Size:  4mm


Yarn: DK/8Ply


1: Into a magic ring make 12dc. -12dc


2: ch3, dc in the same st, 2dc in each remaining st around, join to the ch3. -24dc


3: ch3, dc in the same st, dc in th next st, *2dc in the next st, dc in the next st*, repeat around, join to the ch3. -36dc


4: ch3, dc in the same st, dc in the next 2 sts, *2dc in the next st, dc in the next 2 sts*, repeat across, join to the ch3. -48dc

5: ch3, dc in the next 3 sts, dc into the stitch before the starting chain, *sk1, dc in the next 3 sts, dc into the skipped st*, repeat around, join to the ch3.


6: slst 2, ch3, dc in the next 3 sts, dc into the stitch before the starting chain, *sk1, dc in the next 3 sts, dc into the skipped st*, repeat around, join to the ch3.


7-8: Repeat rounds 6

9: ch2, hdc in each st around, join to the ch2. -48hdc


Monday, September 16, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 16 The Thomas Harris Hat



Morning all and hello day 16!

Today's pattern is another stunning knit design from Nikki Kiss. This beanie comes in 3 sizes, 12-14 Weeks, 18-20 weeks and 28-30 weeks gestation.

This pattern is in remembrance of Thomas Harris.



Sunday, September 15, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 15 The Jack Pearse Beanie




Hello hello and welcome to day 15. The half way point!

Today's beanie is a spike stitch granny patter, with 3 alternating colours, but you could change that to be more or less to suit your preference. This beanie will fit a bub of 36 weeks gestation.

Todays pattern is in remembrance of Jack Pearse.

 

The Jack Pearse Beanie

US Terms

Key:
St - Stitch
Ch - Chain
Slst - Slip Stitch
Sc - Single Crochet
Dc - Double Crochet
Hdc - Half Double Crochet

Instructions in * * should be repeated
Starting chain counts as first stitch, and in the end round stitch count. 


Sized for: 36 Weeks Gestation

Finished Measurements: Approx. 12cm from brim to crown and 16.5cm across the brim. 

Amount Of Yarn Used: 49 Meters/53 Yards/18g of 4Seasons Marvel 8Ply

Hook Size: 4mm

Yarn: DK/8Ply yarn in 3 colours, marked A, B and C

1: With A, into a magic ring ch3 and make 11dc, join to the ch3. -12dc

2: With B, ch3, dc in the same st, 2dc in all remaining sts around, join to the ch3. - 24dc

3: With C, ch3, dc in the same st, ch1, sk1, *2dc in the next st, ch1, sk1*, repeat around, join to the ch3. -24dc, 12ch

4: With A, Slst into the first ch1 space, ch3, 2dc in the same ch1 space, ch1, * 3dc, ch1* in each remaining ch1 space around, join to the ch3. - 36dc, 12ch

5: With B, slst into the first ch1 space, ch3, dc between the 2dc directly below the space, dc in the same ch1 space, * in the next ch1 space (dc, dc between the 2dc directly below the space, dc), ch1 *, repeat around, join to the ch3. 

6: With C, slst into the next ch1 space, ch3, dc into the ch1 space, dc into the 2nd dc of the 3dc cluster below, dc into the same ch1 space, ch1, * in the next ch1 space, (dc, dc into the 2nd dc of the cluster below, dc), ch1*, repeat across, join to the ch3.

7: With A, repeat round 6.

8: With B, repeat row 6

9: With C, repeat row 6

10: With A, repeat row 6

11: With B, ch2, hdc in each st and ch across

12: With C, repeat row 11

13: With B, repeat row 11.

End off and weave in all tails. 



Saturday, September 14, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 14 The Baby Lara Bonnet


Good morning all and welcome to day 14, the end of our second week! Today's pattern is a tri spike granny bonnet. I've used 3 colours, but you could easily use more, or less, or change the order of the colours, the choice is up to you.

Today's pattern is in remembrance of Baby Lara.


The Baby Lara Bonnet

US Terms


Key:

St - Stitch
Ch - Chain
Slst - Slip Stitch
Sc - Single Crochet
Dc - Double Crochet
Hdc - Half Double Crochet

Instructions in * * should be repeated
Starting chain counts as first stitch, and in the end round stitch count.

Sized for: 36 Weeks Gestation

Finished Measurements:
16cm across the brim, 12cm from crown to brim, 21cm ties

Amount Of Yarn Used: 49 Meters/53 Yards/18g of 4Seasons Marvel 8Ply

Hook Size: 4mm

Yarn: DK/8Ply yarn in 3 colours, marked A, B and C

1: With A, into a magic ring ch3 and make 11dc, join to the ch3. -12dc

2: With B, ch3, dc in the same st, 2dc in all remaining sts around, join to the ch3. - 24dc

3: With C, ch3, dc in the same st, ch1, sk1, *2dc in the next st, ch1, sk1*, repeat around, join to the ch3. -24dc, 12ch

4: With A, Slst into the first ch1 space, ch3, 2dc in the same ch1 space, ch1, * 3dc, ch1* in each remaining ch1 space around, do not join. - 36dc, 12ch

5: With B, ch3, turn, * in the next ch1 space (dc, dc between the 2dc directly below the space, dc), ch1 *, repeat around, dc in the ch3 from the previous round.

6: With C, ch3, turn, dc into the 1st dc of the cluster below, dc into the same ch1 space, ch1, * in the next ch1 space, (dc, dc into the 2nd dc of the cluster below, dc), ch1*, repeat across, dc in the top of the ch3 from the row below.

7: With A, ch4, turn, *in the next ch1 space, (dc, dc into the 2nd dc of the cluster below, dc), ch1*, repeat across, dc into the top of the ch3 from the previous round.

8: With B, repeat row 6

9: With C, repeat row 7

10: With A, repeat row 6

11: With B, ch2, turn, hdc in each st and ch across

12: With C, repeat row 11

13: With B, repeat row 11.

End off and weave in all tails.

Ties and finishing: ch40, with the neckline facing up join to the right hand corner and ch1, sc evenly along the neckline to the left corner, ch40 to make the second tie. End off and weave in all tails.



Friday, September 13, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 13 The Jordan Morgan Knit Beanie



Hello and good morning to all! Welcome to day 13!

Today we have another stunning knit pattern, designed by Nikki Kiss from Chance's Clothes Project. This lovely beanie is designed to fit 38 to 40 weeks gestation (Full term)

This beanie is in remembrance of Jordan Morgan.


Thursday, September 12, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 12 The Judd Lawson Meyers Hubbard Hat




Good morning all and welcome to day 12.

Today's guest post is from a person who is no stranger to the MTM blog, and we are super happy to have her back again! Lisa Robson from QuackersCrochet has designed this lovely little 22 week hat using a bead stitch, which I just love!

This pattern is in remembrance of Judd Lawson Meyers Hubbard.


Wednesday, September 11, 2019

IBGHD 2019 Day 11 The Katie Wynn Hat



Hello all and hello day 11.

Today's pattern is another knit design by Nikki Kiss. Gosh she makes the most darling knit beanies!
This pattern will make a beanie to fit 38-40 Weeks gestation.

This pattern is in remembrance of Katie Wynn.