Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Little Red Wagon

Hi Knitters,
I am making the pattern for the Little Red Wagon hat available for purchase today. Here is some information you might want to know:

Size: 0-24 months
Yarn:
Manos Cotton Stria, 1 skein each in #210 turquoise and #217 red (or a small amount of red for the wagon) and a small amount of black for the wheels and handle (I used Rowan Handknit Cotton for this).
Needles:
US size 6 set of 5 double-pointed needles and 16 inch circular needles or the size needed to obtain gauge.
Gauge: 5 stitches per inch


If you are interested just click on the Buy Now button at the bottom of this post. I will send the pattern to you via email with an attached pdf file. The pattern cost is $5.50.
Thanks.
best, susie






8 comments:

pixelsandstitches said...

Susan that hat is the cutest!! I bookmarked it to purchase when someone I know has a baby.

allison saunders said...

I just ordered your new pattern. I can't wait to try it!

Susan said...

Hi Allison,
I just sent it to you:)
Let me know how it goes.
susan

Inspired Tokens said...

You never cease to amaze me with your talents. As soon as I saw that you had a new pattern ...off I went to order it. Thanks again for inspiring me to keep on knitting!

Kate said...

Just got the pattern and can't wait to start knitting - What an adorable hat! I'm planning on knitting one for my soon-to-be-born nephew and another for my toddler (who loves to pull a little red wagon - how perfect is that!).

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Beth said...

How funny that the very week you make this available, my boss askes me if there's something I can knit for twin baby boys. The shower theme?

Red wagons.

I showed my boss your photo, so I'm off to buy the pattern now!

Kam said...

Thanks Susan for the picot tutorial! It's really helpful. I enjoyed all the tutorial and what a great way to demonstrate how to do something! Motion picture is better than a thousand word! The give away looks awesome!