Eat your veggies!   19 comments

I’ve been promising you pictures of baby veggie hats for a while. Finally took some for you today.

Aren’t they cute? I love the tops the best.

But I got bored knitting with thin cotton for many rows, so I am taking a break. Cast on a Charleston hat and am planning on casting on a Reyna with some fiber frolic yarn. (All for sale so no guilt.) And getting some pretty wool ready to spin.

Life is good.

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Posted June 11, 2016 by salpal1 in how it came out

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19 responses to “Eat your veggies!

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  1. My son had a strawberry hat when he was little; they bring back awesome memories. Love the veggies!

  2. ooooh these are so cute! I love the orange one ^^

  3. Those are so cute! I am sure they’ll be popular at sales!

  4. They are really cute. Love the colors too.

  5. The tops are too cute!

  6. These are so super cute, just adorable!!

  7. ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT!! I’d buy these in a heartbeat. I love the colours, the material, the stalks … everything. Just every single thing. They are such great quality. Aww Salpal … they’ll definitely sell. (Oh, and don’t price them too low. These are worthy of a decent price!)

    I’m so envious of your amazing talent, and I love you for it. ~ Cobs. x

    • thank you! Pricing is a challenge. I did a brief survey the other day among a bunch of grandmothers in the family. One said “I don’t think anyone will buy them, who puts hats on babies in summer?” I ignored her. Another said $10, but the rest put the price in the $20 range which is where I would like to go, that is about three-four times the value of the yarn, so a bit for my time.

      I am envious of your talent as well, so I think we are pretty equally talented, just in different ways.

  8. Aw those are adorable. I can just imagine the cute little babies wearing them. So sweet. 🙂

  9. I LOVE these – they are so cheerful, I’m sure they will sell like hot cakes!

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