Crochet beanie with ears

Is it a cat? A bear? A mouse? No matter the form, no matter what kind of animal it is: just how sweet is a child in a crochet beanie with ears? 

crochet beanie with ears
crochet beanie with ears
crochet beanie with ears
crochet beanie with ears


A CROCHETING MOTHER


Me being a crocheting mother, I can put all my efforts and creativity into creating beautiful and colourful items for my daughter to wear. And I do! The result is my daughter has a vast choice of hats, scarves, cowls, etc. to choose from every day. She actually has the "dream wardrobe" any girl her age wishes! The fact that she still doesn't care about fashion or trends is irrilevant, because she is still at an age in which she just loves to wear cute things for the fun of it. Every day she can play pretend to be a different character: one day she is a dragon, the next she impersonates a rabbit, and if she doesn't want to be an animal she can only just wear colourful hats and scarves. My personal luck, on the other hand, is that I can test new items on her. If I want to make a crochet sweater in a specific stitch I first make a small size for her and then proceed making a bigger one for myself, if I really like it. I wonder how many other crocheting mothers do the same, I bet all of them! 


crochet beanie with ears
crochet beanie with ears


A SIMPLE BUT CUTE CROCHET BEANIE WITH EARS


The beanie you see pictured here is an example of what I mean. I wanted to crochet a new hat for my daughter, but I wanted to make it quickly, because it was meant for mid-seasons (and mid-seasons don't last long, as we all know). So I used cotton to make it light and crisp, starting from the top with blue shades, turning to azure and lilac, finally pink. I added rounded ears to make it funny, and there you go: my daughter loved it!

This beanie is now available in my shop as custom order: beanie.

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