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May 6, 2020
Finished Objects from Becca's Crazy Projects

In the crafting world there are many UFOs. Un-Finished Objects. This photo from a couple weeks ago shows some of mine. I finished the mesh tote and shared it on the blog last week. I'm going to keep wandering around my creative space, finding some of those UFOs and trying to finish a few. 
These hats are from a machine embroidery design I picked up from Urban Threads Embroidery. I had the applique pieces and even some silly horns and ears cut out for I don't know how long. I decided it was time for those to be ...

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December 4, 2019
Odds and Ends from Becca's Crazy Projects

I have been in a sort of creative slump. I'm having difficulty getting motivated to embark on some new sewing adventure. That doesn't mean I'm not creating, I don't think that is possible. I just haven't found a new project I'm really excited about. 

I did finish my Helix Hat. It isn't shaped like the pattern because I wasn't paying attention when I read the pattern. It was a good project, though, and I will likely make another.
Sometimes I think my motivational block is caused by some of the clutter in ...

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November 25, 2019
Knitting Up Leftovers from Becca's Crazy Projects

I learned about the Helix Hat pattern on Instagram. Someone had made one and I was intrigued. I needed an easy to take along project and hats always fit the bill. I cast on and got stitching. 
I grabbed some of my leftovers and just kept going. This is a very scrappy project. Perfect for using up those worsted weight leftovers. I failed to follow the instructions so my hat is going to be much pointier than the pattern intended, but I'm going to keep going with it. As my son would say "One's head can never be ...

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October 18, 2019
Witchy! from Becca's Crazy Projects

When Sew Desu Ne? released this witch hat pattern last month I had to buy it.

I went to the big box fabric store to pick up the materials for my witch had and came home with so much more. All those sales paid off, though. I walked out spending only $30. 
This foam was in the remnants bin and just want I wanted to make my hat. 
The Halloween costume fabrics were on sale and this fabric just screamed witch/wizard hat to me. 
I was concerned I was making it too small, but it turned out just right ...

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October 2, 2019
Cecilie Skog hat from Monas Creativity

Had a ball of yarn left from knitting the Cecilie Skog sweater, so I made this hat.

Note! To make this hat, you need to have the Cecilie Skog sweater pattern.
Yarn: 1 of Kos from Sandnes Garn, Color 7270
Size: Large
Cast on 90 stitches on 5,5 mm needles.
Knit 1, purl 1 in the round, 5 inch.
Knit 1 round.
Start knitting the three pattern from the book, adding an extra stitch between each three stem.
Knit until the length of the hat is 9 inches.
Decrease as follows:
Knit 6, knit 2 together. Repeat.
Knit 1 ...

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