After my first look through the bundle, I found 161 patterns that I really like. Which is rather more than I actually have time to blog about, let alone make! Over the next few days I'll be showing you a selection from my favourites (if you want to look at all my favourites, they can be found here). Today I'm going to focus on 7 of my favourite hats...
Dancing Trees by Elitza Chernaeva
I'm not the best at crochet, but I certainly think this is worth a go - the textures are amazing!
|Dancing Trees, image copyright Elitza Chernaeva|
Peppermint Leaves by Clare Devine
I love the crown on this hat. This hat is part of Clare's Tea Collection, which features lots of other beautiful hats too.
|Peppermint Leaves, image copyright Clare Devine|
Manila by Christina Ghirlanda
It probably helps that I am a sucker for this shade of green, but I also love the simplicity of the stitch pattern, it looks really effective.
|Manila, image copyright Minimi Knit Design|
Tupelo Slouch by Sara Gresbach
I bought this during the GAL last year; this year I might get round to making it!
|Tupelo Slouch, image copyright Sara Gresbach|
Piccadilly - Wrapped pompom beanie, hood and cowl by Annina Paivarinta
Again, I'm probably swayed by the colour, but this pattern is a super-practical gift, as well as being really fun.
|Picadilly, image copyright Annina Paivarinta|
Snowflakes in the Air by Cynthia Spencer
I am a sucker for a cute hat, and this one is lovely. I love that the snow is made from beads, so it'll even sparkle a little.
|Snowflakes in the Air, image copyright Really Clear Designs|
Purple, lacy leaves, very pretty.
|Autumn Grove, image copyright tinylovely|
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