Last weekend, a bunch of ladies from my church (ok, it was four, but it's a very small church) got together to crochet hats for the newborns at the nearest local hospital with a maternity ward (which is located an hour away.  Very small church, very small town.).  For anyone who's never crocheted in a group before, I highly recommend it, especially if you can find a way to do it for a good cause.  And now of course, I'm mildly obsessed with the concept of hat-making and am dying to find better ways to embellish the very simple basic hat pattern we used.  We started off with the dimensions and instrucions from this website: And delving a little deeper for those using less basic stitches she adds a second blog post here: . Both are fantastic, well-written articles that I really need to remember to print off.  But I'm dreaming of pom-poms and earflaps and flowers and edgings and lots and lots of delightful etcetera, so I think I'm going to have to go websurfing and collect some more links.  Any suggestions would be much appreciated.  Signing off, Sheep O'Delight
P.S. I highly recommend browsing the aforementioned blog!


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