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Have you ever knit an i-cord?

Today I've been finishing up some cute baby hats for my Etsy shop!! Aren't they just the cutest? ;-D

I used a super soft yarn called Cuddly that I found at JoAnn's. They have quite a few cute baby colors, but I just got a couple to start with.

Surprisingly, these knit up rather quickly. The slowest part was doing the i-cord for the straps. Have you ever knit an i-cord? It's sort of easy, but just takes a long time. This video explained it pretty well for me.


  1. Those are cute! Do you think they'd fit an 18 month old's head? :P

  2. Oh, and I just noticed your banner - very YOU!!!

  3. Those are really cute! I would love to learn how to knit one day. I've heard it's very therapeutic ;) Thanks so much for linking up to Toot Your Horn Tuesday. I hope you stop by again next week :)

  4. So stinkin' cute!! And love your models :) Thanks for linking up this week!


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