Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Sprout Hat Topper Tutorial



Hi Knitters,
I have another clip for you on the sprout hat topper from Itty-Bitty Hats. I've had a few questions about this one along the way and thought it would be a good and quick video tutorial.
Enjoy!
best, susie


13 comments:

Denise said...

You make everything look so easy :-) I think it's much harder to explain stuff like that in writing, so being able to see a tutorial is great. Thanks for taking the time to do that.
Hugs Denise

esh said...

Susan I just watched both videos, I think they're great! They are so well done and I love your encouraging voice telling us just what to do!

I'll have to try those techniques out, thank you!!

Mandy said...

I am loving these videos! It's having the best teacher right at my finger tips!

Are you coming to KY again for Itty Bitty Nursery? I hope so!!!

Betz White said...

you are so cute :)

laskarphol said...

I will have to try the sprout. Thanks for sharing. I too, love the video tut's.

Adrienne said...

Thanks for the video!!!!

Knitterella said...

You Rock! These live tutorials are great!!!

Jill

Susan said...

Mandy, I am excited to say that yes, I am coming back to Lexington on Saturday, Oct. 13th. I am going to post all of my tour dates very soon. Thanks for asking and I hope to see you there.
susan

Jimberlys said...

I am enjoying the video instructions VERY much. Is it possible to do one on the Marley hat toppers? I can make them but the roll up part really confuses me.

Thanks,
Patty

Shana said...

Thank goodness for this tutorial, I was a little lost but now it looks great. I think I will use this on more hats!

Diane Warren said...

Just finished making the marley hat. I watched your video on the topper. Very clear about how to roll and attach. HOWEVER, I am having trouble making the curly strips. The first one is fine, but the ones made from the backward loop look terrible, they leave long strings in between and they take a very long time to do. If I have to make 40 at this rate the child will outgrow the hat before she wears and it and she isn't born yet. Please advise or do a video just on making the strips.l

Susan said...

Diane,
It sounds like you may need to try another type of cast on. There is a knit on or cable cast on that might work better for you.

If you google either of these you will find lots of tutorials on the web to help.

Susan

Anonymous said...

I cannot find the video for the hat topper could you please help me out. I have just subscribed to you blocs and still cant find it. Mcbon42@hotmail.com. thank you