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1  3 new hats (img heavy) in Crochet: Completed Projects by erin.elizabeth on: April 17, 2008 07:32:21 PM
I've been making hats galore for loved ones and one for myself. 
The first is inspired by the Meatwad hats here on craftster... I made one for my bf who is a huge Aqua Teen Hunger Force fan.  He, being extremely spoiled, saw the orignial (bill-less) and immediately requested a bill.  So here's the finished product:





Then I made a hat for my sister's bday coming up.  It's cotton with really soft silk/cotton blend accents.  I used the rib stitch but then I sewed the hat backwards... so what you're seeing is the wrong side of a back-loop rib stitch.





And, last but not least, I made myself a seismic hat from Julie Armstrong Holenz's free online pattern



It's got this sweet stitch that makes really great ribbing.  Here's a top view.



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