Wednesday, April 6, 2011

~ a mohawk hat & a blankie ~

I crocheted this mohawk hat for my great-nephew.  The colors are blue and gold for the West Virginia Mountaineers (I think that's what it is).  I hope he likes it.  :)


And here is a fleece 'dly's baby blankie'.  All I did was snip the edges about an inch in with a very sharp pair of scissors.  Very quick and easy.  :)

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8 comments:

  1. That mohawk hat is cute. Will be fun to wear to a game. My husband went to college in West Virginia and lived in Wheeling many years. :) Hope you are having a good day. Tammy

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  2. Your hat turned out great Debi, you are always thinking of fun and creative things. I'm sure a Redskins fan will love the blanket for their little one. Enjoy your evening. :-)

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  3. I love the hat! You are so creative. Cute blanket.

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  4. They're both very nice, Debi. Great work, and I'm sure both will be loved by the recipients. :)

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  5. I like the Mohawk hat. Great that you are able to create these things for your nephews!

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  6. That hat is too cute!!! Love it:)
    I'm sorry to bug you again but I have FINALLY found the Polymer Clay at A.C. Moore. It's actually been there all along and I just walked by it a million times. Would have helped if I'd asked for assistance the first time I went looking for it instead of the 20th..anyways..I got 2 packs of the 2oz Oven-Bake Sculpey..(pink and purple)I didn't want to buy a lot in case I can't get it... Approx how much clay do you use per needle? Also I don't have a toaster oven, does an actual oven work the same way?? Sorry to be so dense..appreciate your patience ;)

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  7. Thanks Nicole.

    For the hooks, I would use between 1 and 1/4 to 1 and 1/2 sections of the clay (the clay blocks have 3 section lines) depending on the size of the hook. You can use your regular oven - just make sure your oven is aired out before using again for cooking.

    If you are going to use both colors for one hook - then knead both colors separately before mixing together.

    Good luck and if you have any other questions just let me know. :)

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