Monday, January 13, 2020

Shark Beanies, Finished

As predicted, I did finish the shark beanies by the time last week's post went live. So, here they are, finished...


It appears that the blog post where I found the pattern no longer exists. However, the pattern designer has uploaded the pattern to Ravelry, so if you are interested in making one (or getting someone to make you one) you can find the pattern here.


Because there are two, I can show both the back and front in one picture. 


Yes, it is supposed to look like your head is being chomped by the hat. With teeth and everything...


From the back you can see the fin and the tail.


I mailed them off on Wednesday. They arrived on Friday. And I was sent a pic of the twins wearing them on Saturday.

One Two Christmas gifts down. Four more to go...

17 comments:

  1. They are so cute! I bet your nephews loved them!! You are doing great! Three weeks after Christmas and you only have 4 more gifts to do!!

    betty

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  2. Those are really cute. Glad the kids liked them.

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  3. It's always nice to finish a project and have it look great. Those are cute.

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  4. The hats look smart and you made them! Well done!

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  5. Those are so cool! You did a great job.

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  6. Very creative beanies. I could totally see wearing one of these out on a hike!

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  7. Those are just SO cool!!! Great work! I've been trying to get a little more advanced in my knitting but it's just so much faster to crochet I tend to stick in the crochet lane. Eventually, I'll move up a couple of pegs on knitting. :)

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    1. When I learned to crochet, I still stuck with knitting. It's just a matter of finding the right project to force your hand ;)

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  8. They look so fun, I bet who gets them will love the shark cap

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  9. If the Barabarians were younger I would have jumped at these, but now they are too old to want to wear something like that. Plus I can't knit... *grin*

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  10. These are just so cute..love them and I bet they did too.

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