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Topic: baby hat knit from fabric strips  (Read 1283 times)
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« on: March 10, 2014 06:20:48 PM »

My husbandís cousinís baby is such a sweetheart, and I love making little presents for him (and all my friendís kiddos!). His name is Kekoa, heís 2 years old, and tons of fun.


I used a tissue-weight jersey with high lycra content, and serged the pieces into a tube to cut a continuous strip. I stretched the strip while winding it into a ball, so the fabric curled onto itself into tube. The resulting knit fabric has a lot of body, but is also very stretchy.



More pictures and info on my blog: http://madebyjulianne.com/fabric-yarn-baby-hat/
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« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2014 02:34:42 AM »

It looks lovely and the green serging gives great highlights to the cap. Smiley
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