I’m sure it’s a common sentiment among knitters: you see a piece of knitwear, look at and think: “I could make that.”  I usually then get a grip on myself; remember the realities of my time, skill, and patience; and continue on my way.  However, my restraint fell by the wayside when I saw a watermelon hat on one of my niece’s dolls. It was one they had worn when they were babies. I proceeded to “borrow”** it to use as a reference.


A quick Ravelry search turned up a pattern for a watermelon hat from Stephanie Peal-MacPhee.  A little shopping from my yarn collection and voila:








**  By “borrow” I mean I took when she wasn’t looking.

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