It’s Waste-Not Wednesday: Scrappy Hat
My mom, Jo, from Jo’s Country Junction is letting her frugal flag fly!
I’m not a “save the planet girl” and I’m not a “be totally thrifty” girl. I am just a gal who is a little of each and I like to use things that God has given me to the best of my ability…be that talents, money, time or possessions. I am doing things all the time to reuse, repurpose, reorganize and I bet you are too. I thought it would be great to have a spot where we all can bring our ideas together..and maybe we can learn ways that we all can make better use of what has been given to us.
I am linking up to her and showing off my new scrappy hat. It was very fun to make. I made it with leftover yarn from Spencer’s brother’s ski hat. Carter and I like opposing Iowa teams, so I had to add in some cardinal red.
This was a fun way to use up yarn scraps. I love to try new stitch patterns and this bright, fast-to-crochet hat was perfect.
This hat is similar to the Karlo Beanie, for which I have written a free pattern. Instead on crocheting identical rows, I added in some color and a new stitch pattern.
I am excited to go see what everyone is offering for their Waste Not Wednesdays. Take some time to check out her post, or share your ideas in the “Comment” section below.