Christmas Gift Idea: Charli Lace Hat

Hello! I’ve been posting more on Instagram lately as it’s easier to snap a photo and go when you’re busy with a baby all day. I must be taking a lot of pictures because she’ll recognize the sound of my phone’s camera and smile! She’s been really interested in different sounds lately and loves to investigate.

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Charli Lace Hat by Jessica Bolof

Pull up a cup of ☕️ and sit down with this lovely 1 skein hat pattern! This week’s featured gift suggestion is my Charli Lace Hat and it’s on sale until Friday for only $3. It’s somewhere in between a slouchy hat and a beanie so it’s an easy style to wear.

Are you ready to get started? Well there’s no time like the present 😉

✂️ The pattern link! ✂️

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Charli Lace Hat by Jessica Bolof

Oh and last but not least, here’s a perfectly pinnable collage to share 📌

All photos were taken by the amazing Sweet River Photography 

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Baby Colorfulpurls, and 2 new crochet patterns!

Hi everyone! I hope you all are well!! I’ve been very busy with my darling little baby who’s growing so quickly. She’s so silly and fun, always learning and babbling ❤️ Baby & Mama Colorfulpurls

Right now I don’t have much free time to design, but I have quite a few ideas when I find the the time 😊Baby & Mama Colorfulpurls

She enjoys making silly faces for selfies already! What have I done? Haha.


I’ve had 2 crochet patterns published this year in Quick Crocheted Accessories by Sharon Zientara

Floret Cloche © Joe Hancock

© Joe Hancock

First off is my Floret Cloche. From the book “This fun-to-stitch hat gets its unique construction from one of designer
Jessica Bolof’s first crochet projects: a dishcloth pattern her great aunt
Dolores loved to make by the dozen to give away as gifts. Since only a
wee bit of the contrasting colors of yarn is used to create the flower, you could easily make several hats by simply rotating the color that’s used for the main body and the embellishments.”

(C) Joe Hancock

(C) Joe Hancock

Second is my Enmeshed Cowl  from the book “This luxurious cowl works up quickly in alternating columns of double, triple, and half double crochet separated by triple crochet sections. This project actually uses less than one skein of yarn, so you could easily lengthen the cowl to suit your taste.”

I hope you get a chance to check out the book, there’s so many great designs to crochet! It can be found at most yarn shops, major retailers and on Amazon. Baby woke from her nap and is ready to play so that’s all for today!

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