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So the owl obsession reached me. At first when I saw an owl hat I liked it, although didn't feel, that I needed to do. But my cousin loves funny baby clothes so much and I thought she would be very happy with an owl hat for Lili.

I was so happy, this new beanie perfectly fits to her perfect little head! Btw I truly can't believe, that she is 6 month old. It was just yesterday, when I was making the tiny flower beanie for her. Time flies so fast!

I followed Sarah's pattern with a few modifications: 
- I didn't have aran baby yarn at home, so used two DK weight strands together
- Lili is 6 month old and that's why I was hesitating between two sizes: 3m-6m or 6m-12m. I choosed the smaller size, but used a J-10 (6.00 mm) hook instead of the recommended H-8 (5.00 mm). 
- the earflaps are smaller and was made with dc's (well, this modification was by mistake, but it worked)

Lili and I wearing matching clothes. 

I loved Lili's owl looking! 

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  1. Oh my gosh, that hat looks adorable on her!

  2. So cute! I love making owl hats. They are my favorite thing to crochet. Yours turned out great.

  3. What a lovely hat for a lovely little girl! It fits her perfectly!

  4. She looks too cute in her new hat!!

  5. I haven't made any owls yet, but hope to soon! You did an amazing job! She looks so beautiful! :)

  6. h-owl cute is it!!!
    Brava Hanni!!
    xxxx Alessandra

  7. Oh how cute is that hat!! I love the new look on your blog too! :) Very pretty!

  8. Such a pretty blog! I'm a new GFC follower :)

  9. I love the yarn you used, Hanni! I like how this one is still different than everyone else's. Thanks for sharing at Hookin On Hump Day :).

  10. Totally precious hat for an adorable girl.


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