After admiring a hat one of my friends had crocheted, I forced her to teach me. I brought to the table a slight amount of yarn experience—I can knit a dishcloth over the course of several weeks, and I made some crochet chains when I was in middle school. She promised me it was easy and I would be able to learn.
It really makes a lot of sense, and once you get the hang of it, it goes fairly quickly. I only spent a couple of days making this hat for the Peanut. Of course, I didn’t eat or sleep during those 48 hours, but it only took me two days.
Since the first hat attempt was successful, I made a second. This was I made in reverse colors for the Little Miss.
The Little Miss doesn’t love to wear it, but is oh so cute in it!
Since I was on a roll, I made a bitty hat for my friend’s sweet newborn!
I also made a couple of dishcloths, but those were called into service before they could be photographed.