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Mid-August WIP

I can't believe, that August is almost over. When I was thinking about the title of this post, I wanted to write 'Begenning of August', but I realized, that we are just in the middle! But I don't mind at all, although I love Summer and basicly all seasons, definitely I am an Autumn-person.


I am so 'in-hats' right now. The beret I showed you a few weeks before is under testing. 
I am in the middle of other hat projects too. The shabby rosie beanie is almost ready, waiting to test. (If you are interested in, please send me a mail hanidgn [at] gmail [dot] com.)

Right now I am crocheting the cable beanie. Very simple and chick. I am thinking to design more versions! There are endless combination in my mind.

I have also some smaller projects in my stash just to keep my fingers busy. I haven't decided what to do with them, maybe a baby mobile. I enjoy these 20-min works.



I haven't showed you my finished objects recently nor new patterns, so on Friday is coming a FO Friday post and next week a new pattern. 

And now the big announcement! I would like to tell you, that I am having a giveaway now. I mean I am g i v i n g  a w a y ! This is a big step for me. Super exciting!

So if you would like to win a $ 25 shopping card to my little etsy shop, go to Sarah's blog and join! It is opened worldwide!

I can't wait to visit my favourite WIP parties to see what you are working on!

Comments

  1. Hello Hanni,
    Every single hat looks adorable! Very pretty, you did a good job! :)

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  2. O no! I don't want to think about hats and cold wether right now! But they are very pretty, all of them!

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  3. The Shabby Rosie Beanie is gorgeous! I can't wait for fall myself.

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  4. Your hats are lovely! What is your time frame for the shabby rose? I'd be happy to test it for you.

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  5. really like the cable beanie!!!
    xxx Alessandra

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  6. Love love love that crochet hat, but I just CANNOT get my fingers around crochet, it's so frustrating! It looks like it would make a dear wee pattern for a baby hat (but I have babies on the brain!)

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  7. Swoon, love the happy bright colors...you are so talented!

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  8. I especially like the beanies. Very cute!

    :)

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  9. I see lots of cute stitches in those hats.

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  10. Your hats are just lovely! Is that a bunny I see in the potential mobile.

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  11. your hats are all lovely! I've only ever made one decent hat. I am so impatient for autumn! I want to buy all sorts of autumn colours, but shouldn't get too carried away or my purse will suffer!

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  12. I'm looking forward to your Autumn too - that means our Summer is closer. Finally!
    But I do love your hats, Hanni. You're very talented for patterns. I'm a beret girl, mostly because the beanies don't do justice to my profile (if you know what I mean :D)
    Hugs

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  13. All the hats are beautiful! I love autum too, and i am making hats as well. ;-)

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  14. Those beanies are beautiful! If I could crochet, I'd definitely add it to my queue!

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