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Giveaway: Hearts and Cupcakes Hat Pattern

Summer is finally here in Europe, but for a knitter knitting season never ends.
Hannicraft: Hearts and Cupcakes Girls Hat Pattern

I have already presented my latest design for you. It is the bright Hearts and Cupcakes Girls' Hat pattern. The hat comes in 4 sizes, from 6mo up to pre-teen size, it is tech-edited and tested by wonderful knitters. // Don't forget to take a look at the Ravely project pages.  


Although stranded colorwork usually used for winter garmets, paired with cotton-blend yarn, it might be wearable in colder spring/summer days. 
The color variations are endless, since my baby will grow out this size in a few month, I am going to knit the bigger one in candy colors chosing neutral for the main color. 
Hannicraft: Hearts and Cupcakes Girls Hat Pattern
Now, it is time to give away a few patterns for you. There will be 3 lucky winners who get the pattern. All you need is a Ravelry account to participate.

How to enter?

1. Add Hearts and Cupcakes Hat pattern to your favourites on Ravelry.*
// Pattern link. //
2. Leave a comment below with your Ravelry user name. 

* I am going to send the pattern into the winner's Ravelry library, so you need to have an account. 

Contest closes at 6 p.m. CET this Sunday, 28th May. Winners be announced at night! Good luck!

Hannicraft: Hearts and Cupcakes Girls Hat Pattern

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5/29/2017
Thank you for participating in this contest! I am sending the pattern to everyone's library who commented the post and added the pattern to her favourites :)

Comments

  1. Lovely giveaway,so cute.On ravelry I am principeta.Thank you for the chance to win it.

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  2. Cute hat love the cupcakes and hearts
    knittingdancer on Raverly

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  3. Super cute! Raverly: crzycakes :)

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  4. Gosh I just love this! My ravelry user name is dbriese! I have recently expanded my knitting skilks to include color work this looks like so much fun

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  5. Love this hat! So adorable! Looking forward to making one for my granddaughter. (lwhythe on Ravelry)

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