Friday, September 30, 2016

Homemade Christmas: Knit Hats

When I was much younger, I would always get a Christmas gift that my grandmothers or aunts made for me. I really loved those gifts, even at a young age I appreciated the efforts that these lovely ladies made for me. I remember getting a Raggedy Ann doll, a sock monkey, an apron, and a few pieces of clothing. How I wish I still had even one of those gifts now!


In order to have homemade gifts to give away, you have to do some planning. That is why I am pleased to share with you this ebook on knitting hats. Each one of these lovely creations is done on large needles, with big yarn and work up quickly. These patterns are all created by Evelyne, who is an accomplished knitter. She has a Facebook Group where you can connect with her!


To get this patterns, click here. You will be taken to a checkout page.  The book features six original patterns and clear directions for making each one. Knitting patterns go for around $4 each in Etsy (ranging from $3-$7) so six patterns at $8 is a steal! You will also be supporting an artist with her craft, something we should all do more of!


The patterns are easy enough for beginners.  Being made with large needles and large yarn make the projects go quickly so you can see success quickly.  Evelyne has thought these patterns through so that you will be happy with your work!

And guess what!  Christmas Tree Lane readers can get 40% off using this link for Super Duper Knit Hats for Beginners until October 30!  What a great deal!  Hurry up and get this fantastic pattern while it's on sale!!

30 comments:

  1. What a fun post and the hats look easy to make!

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  2. What great gift, I love giving handmade items for the holidays! They look so easy to make.

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  3. I'm so uncrafty! I have to start thinking of Christmas DIY EARLY. But I'm always so proud of giving a homemade gift. These are useful too!

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  4. I wish I could knit! Those are adorable. I always feel that knitting is awesome because you can personalize it with any color!

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  5. These are all so cute. I love handmade crafts, but I've never tried knitting. I would love to learn how to do this.

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  6. I honestly don't really get into Christmas, but I love these hats! I like that they're easy to create, especially for beginners like myself.

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  7. Handmade gifts are always the best if you ask me. My mom loves knitting and made my daughter a hat last year. I have to show her this post :)

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  8. My daughter and her friends would love these. I don't know that they would make them but I know they would love wearing them.

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  9. I love knit hats. I can't knit to save my life, but I think this would be great to buy for my kiddos or have someone make for us.... They are so warm and oh so adorable! - Jeanine

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  10. I started to learn how to knit and got kinda into it, then I gave it up. I am so impressed with those who can create these lovely items! Beautiful!

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  11. These are great! I think my daughter would love making these, she's much more crafty than I am, so I will share this with her :-)

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  12. How cool! I love hats! I love to crochet and I think I could make something very similar!!!! I love making hats and gloves and blankets!

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  13. I love knit hats! They're so great for the cold winter months. Homemade gifts are the best, these are great gift ideas!

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  14. Those are so cute! I love homemade gifts. They are so much more personal.

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  15. Those hats are so cute. I'm not so crafty with knitting, even though my mom tried to teach me. I wish I could create my own winter hat.

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  16. My cousin loves to knit hats for the cold Midwestern winters. Can't wait to show her these and maybe try one myself!

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  17. I love knitting! I try to make my kids hats every fall...and I am very behind right now! I need to get to the yarn store!

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  18. I love those hats. My grandma can knit so I will share this with her and will ask her if she can make some for us.

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  19. I wish I knew how to knit because you're right handmade gifts are just so meaningful. These would make great gifts.

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  20. I don't think I'm crafty enough to make these haha, but I think these would make gifts to give out to family and friends!

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  21. It's that time of the year to get all these adorable hats to get ready for the cold weather! I love the fact that they're homemade, I'm not sure if I can make it as lovely as these!

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  22. I love knit items that are homemade. You know how much love and time goes into someone making one of them for you.

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  23. I love knit hats for winter, such a special handmade gift to make and give! People love them!

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  24. I've always wanted to learn how to knit. I would love to be able to make scarves for my loved ones for the holidays!

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  25. I never knew these would be so easy to make, would love to try for myself. Haven't made anything since I was in school!

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  26. These are gorgeous and so well done. Infinity scarves will be in style for such a long time. I love that my grandma taught me how to knit!

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  27. Projects like this make me wish I knew how to knit but it's a good thing my sister-in-law knows how because she is always looking for new things to make!

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  28. I am making one for myself as we speak! and I have another one in mind for crocheting this winter

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