29.7.13

Farmer's Market Hat







We spent some time this weekend perusing our local farmer's market, in search of more honey.  The honey lady was gone until next week, but we did come home with a basket of stir fry veggies.  The vivid colors and scents of fresh veggies are irresistible.  One vendor had bunches of brilliantly hued flowers, and it reminded me of a hat I knit a few years ago, using left over bits of hand dyed yarn.  It's a little bit slouchy on my younger guys and fits like a beanie on the older ones.  If you'd like to knit your own hat inspired by your local farmer's market, you can download the pattern here for free!


Farmer's Market Hat
















10 comments:

  1. Thanks for the hat pattern. I like to find ones I can make out of scrap yarn for charity or little gifts.

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  2. Thanks for sharing the free hat pattern. I'm going to make it for my 8 yr old. I love when I can make things out of stash.
    We have a very big saturday market here but I don't think that it's quite the equivalent to 'farmers markets' in the US. Ours is very expensive! But we have a 'honey' lady who has great products.
    Hope your stir fry was good. I'm trying to grow Kale for the first time this year and can't even get it to sprout!

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    1. I haven't tried growing kale yet, either. I'm planning on adding it to next years garden for sure, it's delicious!

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  3. Many thanks for the pattern

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  4. Thanks for the pattern! I love your blog and your stuff! :)

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  5. that hat is amazing! so wonderfully colorful

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  6. Love the hat. Beautiful colors!

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