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Baby Tassel Pixie Hat Tutorial Series

Hannah Gilly, Knit With Hannah

Baby Tassel Pixie Hat Tutorial Series

Hannah Gilly, Knit With Hannah

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10 Lessons (48m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:11
    • 2. Materials

      3:08
    • 3. Casting On

      4:02
    • 4. Hat Band

      2:21
    • 5. Stocking Stitch

      7:02
    • 6. My Knittings in a knot

      2:59
    • 7. Placing Markers

      8:11
    • 8. Shaping

      2:06
    • 9. Seaming

      7:12
    • 10. Tassel

      8:51
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About This Class

Baby hats are some of the cutest and best ways to learn new techniques in bite-sized portions.

You can learn all sorts of new skills by knitting lots of small projects, such as working with colours or making interesting shapes and textures with the stitches as you knit.

With multiple step-by-step lessons, to follow over a few days or a Saturday afternoon, you can knit this up quickly and advance as a knitter as you’re doing it!

  • You’ll learn all about preparing your yarn, needles and other tools, and discover how I weigh and decide which yarns to use for this pattern..
  • You'll cast on alongside me and knit up a simple band to begin the hat.
  • Once the band is finished we’ll change colour and start knitting the main crown of the hat.
  • You’ll then learn how I prepare to shape a pixie hat and pick up tips in case you make any mistakes along the way.
  • I’ll be back on video to help you finish the shaping and finish knitting at the tip of the crown.
  • Then we’ll finish with sewing the seam and in the final video I’ll help you make a tassel for the top and sew it in place.

This class is for anyone who already knits and has a good handle of the knit stitch and purl stitch.
It’s a perfect next step for anyone who’s knitted along with  the First Scarf, Smartphone Case and Baby Beanie classes. 

Materials:
Worsted Weight yarn,
main colour 50g,
contrast colour left-overs

Needles flat, single-pointed, 5mm
Usual knitting tools such as scissors, measuring tape and tapestry needle.

Who am I?

Hi, I'm Hannah! 

I've been knitting for myself for 40 years. And in that time one of my favourite knits have been hats (I couldn’t help it, with unruly curly hair from a very young age hats became my go-to!)

I created baby knits alongside adult knits as so many of my friends were asking for baby knits and I had many gifts to wrap for new babies myself. I took thought and care into creating patterns for babies to bring colour, joy and interest into the lives of our next generation.

If you’d like to knit more sizes of this pattern, you’ll find a discount voucher in the resources section of the class page for the pattern on Ravelry. And a similar pattern for older children is available at a discoun too. You’ll be able to knit those up in no time too, once you've knitted through these videos with me here. 

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Hannah Gilly

Knit With Hannah

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Hannah has been avidly knitting since she was five-years-old. While teaching herself various techniques and styles of knitting she realised how sometimes the written patterns didn't quite suit her needs, so Hannah began writing her own fashion accessories patterns in 2008. She sold the items and gave them as gifts and now sells the patterns.

 

Always being the one who her friends turn to in times of knitting crises and having taught a few people from scratch, Hannah has begun tutoring professionally and is passionate about securing the art of knitting in everyday life for generations to come.
Teaching online began in March 2017 with a  YouTube Channel and ecourses, here on Skilshare and on the Knit With Hannah website. You can see more of her courses, and get... See full profile

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1. Introduction: Hi and welcome to the pixie tattle baby had class in this class we're going to Nick's baby had together. When the tough along the top add two colors, you're going to learn a few skills in this class testable. We're going to coast on the knitting Onda knit a small hat band. And then we would change the color on then so that we create this pixie shape. We're going to shape it very, very slowly, and I'm sure you have to do that through the lessons. Andrew, Following the pattern as well and final things you learn is all about sewing up a seam on creating a tassel for the top. I'm Hannah from it. With Hannah, I've been needing for 40 years on teaching online through courses on my websites, my YouTube channel and here on school share. Since 2017. This class is aimed at beginning it. It'll have a little experience in using the net stitch the postage on, have maybe netted a hat before. If you've bean show my beginners first gulf class, the smartphone case class on the baby Beanie Class, then this is an ideal next step for you. You'll be able to use these skills When knitting mawr items, thes shaping skills, the skills you need to change colors on creating the embellishments like this tassel were really helpful. As you continue knitting by following the videos along with the pattern, it will make it a lot easier for you to go ahead and find your own patterns and follow a pattern by yourself independently in the future to the project for this class, as you guessed it is. Two nets this pixie baby hat. I'd love to see photos if you're finished hat in the project section, but please do share any photos you have. As you start eating love to see the process of you knitting the hat band changing color, starting the shaping And indeed, making the tassel won't you've so little together Next video is going to tell you all about the different materials you need. I will see you for that lesson. 2. Materials: and a look in this video. At what materials? You need to start knitting the baby tassel pixie hat. Andi, you can see here I have a sub off, perhaps that we're going to make. And we have a very small hat, obviously, because it's for a baby on on this pattern. I've given it to you in two sizes on what we're going to do is just look at the materials. Like I said, first of all, you need a main color to knit the main body off the hat on. This is an Aaron or worsted wall, and you can see here that it says Arun and it's 50 grams. If you're making the small size is likely, she will only need one ball 50 grams. This is 86 meters, which is actually quite short for a 50 grand ball of hair on wall that the likelihood is you will find a ball that is longer than that. And it will definitely be fine for missing the whole hat on. Then what I go to do is show you this is leftovers from the main of this hat. Let me show you from this how much it weighs. We have 20 grand's off that left for the 20 grams left of a bore their size on that just shows you that we don't need much to net this. That's only 30 grams needed to net the very small size for this on there is more than enough in 20 grams. Knit the small border here and to make the tassel as well, right? And so, along with the rule, we will also need needles that is five millimeter needles, and that's a pair of needles. I use short bamboo waas because I find them comfortable. I love using bamboo needles. We need a measuring tape, and also you will need a sewing needle to sew up the seam of the hat. No, I used a blunt needle so that it doesn't tear into the stitches as your sewing up the needle that is throwing up. Assume on that war. Be better if you confide what is called a sewers. Very notice, sewing needle or a tapestry needle. They are most likely going to be blunter. They will be not have a sharp point on the end so that it doesn't tear the fabric they want . Then that's everything you need. The only pressuring type to a pair of needles at a needle. Oh, I know what ocean agency processes as well. We're going to be cutting down at certain points, and that's that. Okay, then. Right. Well, I will see you again soon, and we can start meeting that. 3. Casting On: Hi, everyone. And welcome to this video where we are going. Teoh, start putting stitches on the needle. Actually can see I have my contrast. Joan. I'm a pair of needles on the method will tell you that you need 62 stitches to net the first on. We're going to use these five minute mates in angels with the contrast. Yeah, and I'm going to start by making a slip knot. Now, this is the first ditch that we put on the needle. And that will mean that we take a short length from the end of the young on wind it around our fingers so around the fingers near the tips once around the knuckles. But gain on, then take one of the needles underneath the first underneath over the second and pull that second loop through. And then we can tighten that with the greatest threat there. There we have it. We're all ready to start knitting and start putting stitches on the needle. So for the first size, we are going to use 62 stitches on. This means just knitting the first row. But putting all of the stick, she's straight onto the left hand needle instead of leaving them on the second. So here we go. We're going to put the needle into that first ditch, moved the yuan around, pull that loop through on that stage, goes straight back onto the left hand needle on. Now I'm going to use what is known as the cable method cast on. I'm going to put the right hand needle in between the previous two stitches. Give us a nice firm foundation for this band at the bottom of the hat he owned. Goes around. Pull that. Luke. True on the stitch goes straight back onto the left hand needle. I'm not going to approach the right hand needle between the previous two stitches. The young goes around. Pull that move through that state trip I got on the left hand needle, the youngers through around pull that looked through on back onto the left hand needle. In between the previous two stitches. Young goes around for the loop through on a Put that back on the left hand news, or there you go. We have six stitches already. I'm going to sit here and do 62 stitches altogether. I'll see you at the end of the road. - Here we go. I'm almost finished. I think that 62 stitches now, I do recommend whenever you're casting on because you do want the right number of stitches on your needle that you count them a second time to I'm going to count in Bunches of five. That's five, 10 15 2025 30 35 40 45 50 55 62. There you go. I do have 62 teachers on my needle. Andi, I will see you in the next video to start beating. 4. Hat Band: Theo. The pattern says next. Innit? Five rows on. We are going to indeed niche five rows. So that's just remind ourselves. Often it stitch very similar to how we were counting on picture of caution off your on there. Andi, we start with all of us to choose on the left hand. Needle on the right hand needed was going to do most of the work here. We're going to put the needle through that writes the first stitch There youngers around pull that looked through and push the stitch off the needle on the next one is exactly the same. The yarn needle goes through that loop The front young goes around pull the loop True on the stage comes off the needle There we go Youngers around Pull the loop through And the stitch goes off the needle all the way along the row of stitches to do exactly the same thing with every stitch Nature goes through Youngers around. Pull that loop through. I'm pushed off the stage off the left hand needle, Andi. Now we ganged to every single road like this, which creates what is known as a girl to stitch. If every row is knitted. We call it Gardas Ditch because of the pattern it creates. Now what you can do is have a piece of paper or indeed the work she that I've sent you along with a pattern so that you can take off all of these rows of garter stitch one at a time. I will see you that when you have torn fiver is and we can start the next about off the hat . 5. Stocking Stitch: Hi and welcome back. I have now needed five rows on. I just want to quickly take a couple of seconds to show you how you can count those if you haven't been it. Noting down or counting as you admitted. So what we have here is a little double ridge of young on each one of those is a row of knitting. We have 123 rose on that side. As you can see, there's one just up there by the needle on this side. We have 12 which shows you that we have 12 345 altogether. And what I haven't shown you, actually, if this pattern guide which you can print off and you could well have been taking off each one as you go, Andi, print this stuff before you start and you can note down how many stitches you needed to start with which size you're actually knitting ons. You can keep this from in your knitting bag and you will know what brand Ignace it with what? The name of the brand name of the Jarawas, which colors you've used because they actually have colored numbers as well as names Andi. Then you can just make sure you have everything ready before we start. What we have here, then is we have done five rows of garter stitch, and the next thing is to change color. So we're changing to the main yon. I was starting with a metro to 10 centimeters on to change color. What we have to do is nothing particularly dramatic. It is very simply, just cutting this court trust color, which is what I would do. They're just leaving us enough so it doesn't all unravel. And then we start knitting with this main color, and I will just quickly wind that around there because I like to net from the center off a ball of yarn if it's at all feasible. Andi knitting from the outside can mean just unwinds and is rolling all over the floor. Or, you know, the cat gets hold of it unravels it plays with it, messes it all up. So let's knit from the center of the board of Young. If it is possible, there we go. Then I've taken your last the middle. We can set aside this court trials, Joan. Now, until we make the tassel and now I'm going to just get myself with short length again so it doesn't unravel. Once I've started knitting on, I'm gonna hold that with the knitting in my left hand. And what does it say on the main pattern that says change to main yon on Starting Within, It froze. So we do a metro for me to row where every stitches knitted, so it looks like the garter stitch that we've just done. So every single stitch will be a garter stitch, a knit stitch. I'm going to net away along this road. There we go. I have initiative. It'll all of that road. Okay, we need a bit more young for the next. True on Stocking Stitch is created with a nitro, followed by a pearl row, followed by a metro, followed by a poll row. And they just alternate all the way through stocking such That's what it is, they're says. Change color. Take stocking stitch until 10 centimeters on. That is for a small size. If you're knitting the next size up 6 to 12 months, you will stocking stitch until 11 centimeters, so we need a row of pulse stitches rather than knit stitches on Let me just remind you or show you what a pill stitches. We hold the needles very similarly in the nets ditch We go through the front of that stitch on DWI to move from front to back. If we're using the Purl stitch, the yuan is in front of the needle on the right hand usual goes through that same part of the stitch but it goes from back to front That's as simple as against on. Then the young goes around the needle We pull that loop of your own through and we drop the previous road stitch off with the left hand needle So the needle goes through that front loop from right to left From front to back the own goes around Pull the young true And we dropped a stitch off the previous row off of that needle And we just continue without all the way along the road The right chan noodle goes through that stitch John goes around, pull that true And there you go That is it and we are missing. But we're actually pearling the term knitting. I have no idea why the whole thing is called knitting, but We haven't knit stitch and a Purl stitch and they alternate in varying ways as you start to learn the craft of knitting. So this is it. This is tender centimeters on. We've started a metro and a pearl row already done with this main young and we turn this rag on. As I said, we alternate between niche Rose and Pearl Rose. So this next one isn't it Stitch And we didn't get stitches away at all. A woman. I will let you go away and do 10 centimeters and you can look, you're knitting now on Measurex if you want to and say how many centimeters about down and how many centimeters that I got left to Dio Andi, This pattern guide lets you put little goals in so you don't have to do it all in one go. You consider yourself a gold reaching, say six, 89 and 10 centimeters and you will realize it doesn't take much time to reach each of those girls. And it will really give you a boost as you get 6. My Knittings in a knot: Hello again. I just want to talk about a couple of things that do crop up as your knitting. Andi, this isn't saying that you have to be this well, so far, it basically is. Just a couple of tips. Teoh keep you going and get yourself organized. Now, what happens if you drop a stage? Well, this is why you need a crash, A hook. And you always need to approach it. Not from this textured sides of the knitting, but from this smooth side of the nitty. What I'm going to do here is with the crash a hook a better pick up this stitch that is still called in the never row. And that is the live stitch. And we now have to move our way up the little steps here that look as if they're a letter one at a time. And you move the kreisher hook underneath the next step and pull that step through. But that Andi, you pull it underneath the next step and pull that through. And this is just picking up a drop stitch one step at a time, one row at a time, picking up each step of the letter just don't twisting it to put it through. And you will think, Oh, it doesn't look even. It's no same as the other stitches It won't notice at all. As you go through all of the stitches here, there you are. And then you pull that last stitch on to the needle like that. So that's a drop stitch picked up. And then also, how do I measure 10 centimeters or 11 centimeters? Where do I mission from? Um, here we go. I have my measuring tape here. I'm going to show you that Move your measuring tape so that is straight along the edge of one of those lines of stitches there. And you put it underneath the need or not over the needle and all the way down there and you can see that's 10 centimeters. Doesn't matter if it's slightly over 10 centimeters, it probably if it's slightly less intention to meet. Does she have to run a yourself on due to more raise, However just lightly over is better than slightly under really of. The hat will fit and it will allow a little bit of growth too. Right? That's that for now. And I will see you when you have finished your length of stocking stitch 7. Placing Markers: Okay, Lets carry on then and we are now shaping the crown thing is what it says here. Shape, crown. The first road will place marker at decrease points. Transfer this marker with the stitches on every row on. That may seem like complete double to go, but it is not. And I would show you How did you break that down and do one step at a time. So that is just explaining what happens on the first row. And we do start with the first row. So Row one, it's one. I think we can all do that. We met one on. Then it says knit two together, which means coming from the left hand side you put the right hand need or into both stitches of once. So you picking up two stitches. You go through it off them, move the yarn around, pull the loop through and drop that off the needle there and it and says net 13 for the first size or 14 for second sized. Well, good, innit? 13 1 to free food. 56 seven, 89 10 11 12 13. Ariel. I know. It says place marker. So what does it mean by place marker. What we have here is three pieces of your own, and I have just tied or not in the top. So I have a little nuke. That is what I use is Marcus. What you could also use if you fancy using these is what is sold as knitting markers, and I will show you how you use them. I'm not so keen on needs because you can obviously see that they have little bits and pieces that might catch on the young. And that's even going a little bit of your own court in it. So it's I prefer not to use them. Um, they go. You could see that better there. I would rather not use thes simply because they can catch. But I will show you how you can if you confined ones that are perfectly smooth. And there's no no spectre special, no shot bits of metal there. Then you can see that they will be fine. But so we place a marker. I'll do this first place that they're and you let it hang over the smooth side of the fabric and replace the marker on the next. Instruction is repeat from Asterix three times. There we go. We go back to that star and we go next to you together. And I've dropped that off the needle. Now, Mr Going there that the needle goes knit two together. So into both the next two stitches at once. Youngers around and drop those two stitches off the needle and win it. Another 13 to three for five, six, 789 10 11 12 13 Andi, what does it say Next play smarter. So, no, I would use this one. Andi again Let it hang down the smooth side of the knitting. Andi. Then we need to together and began because we're repeating that knit two together. It won to 34 five, 67 eight, nine, 11 12 13 And the last rip each place marker knit, two together and one to three full. 56 eight. Ryan, turn 11 12 13. You can place marker there if you like. I'm not going to. It's just reminding you that Unit one at the end. So you're not confused about how many you're counting? Did you go? So that is the end of that. On the next row on every other alternative road we pull and we hold along this road and we moved the Marcus as we go, I will show you as we get there. That was very necessary that we count Ray clearly on the other side of the road. But these markers are going to show you where you're going. For every other decreasing road they go come across a marker, you move it over to the right hand needle and again, you just let it hang down onto the smooth side of the knitting. And then we continue with the polling we sent. You don't use that market as if it was a stitch, but that was really confused and it wouldn't it all the way along. We just pull moving the markets along and continuing to po. Okay, I'll see you at the end of the road. He really then So we're going to do road free. And that is another decrease route. Every knitting rode along here now will be a decreasing row. You can see I've swapped the Meshal Malka for another piece of threat. Now then we're going to next one niche to together on. Then it's to America. Move the market across, but it's too together. And then it to the next marker on by decreasing in between. Marcus, we have fewer stitches every time we do an intro with Marca and knit two together and that's that. Really, we have to keep doing this decreasing every time you go across the net road. We have fewer stitches in between. Marcus, I'm Then we will get your point. Well, we only have 10 stitches left. And when you have to, instead she's left. I will come back on a show. You have to finish. Andi, just as with the girls you were following with the centimeters you can just tipped. Kept taking to show yourself that you didn't. Well, you're getting along the decreasing rose. Andi, you're working street a pattern. Okay, then I will see you when you have 10 stitches left 8. Shaping: Hi and welcome back. I'm just about to start the penultimate row. I have 14 stitches on the needle. At this point, I'm just going to use this road to remove the markers. So I'm going. Teoh. Which one? It's too together. Niche one. And remove the milka on, then niche to together which one? And remove the marker next to together. Which one? Remove the marker minutes to together. Which one? I don't receive This. You've put a marker in here. Then you could remove that as well. And then it's one of the end of the road on. Then almost finished. I would just PERL across this road on and on in the last. True is which one it to together four times. Next one, I'm going to do that. So I've niche one it to together. The two together, let's see together knit two together and it won. They were Then you have six stitches on the needle right at the end here, and that is the shaping, and you could see how it's moved itself. Pointed all the ways the chop here, Andi, I will be finishing and saying the same in the next video 9. Seaming: you can see here that I found my blunt needle with the large hole so I can start the scene with that. Andi, I'm just going to cut the own I've got enough to So with, I could move this all over. It doesn't get in my way. And I could remove that young that I have used. That's good quantity there. Certainly to do contrast, um, area off a small, a small that even to contrast, of a large hat. Actually, if I wear this now, we can find out how much the risk was. There's even enough to do. This isn't a hat 20 the girls 20 grams again, so there won't be enough probably to do the whole hat because we started with a full bowl of 50 grams. So if needed 25 grams, we've needed 30 grams to do this, which means that that would definitely be enough to do contrast, probably off the largest size off passionately doing at the moment. But for now, I just wish that off and let us So I said Now I will threat this young through the nature here. Andi just took that needle through those stitches. 12 three full 56 Andi, take those states furnishing needle a good eight and we start going through the Sitges along the same. Now, Now what? We're going to use his mattress stitch, which means that it will be an invisible seam. And we have to notice that every single stitch. That's why we had the niche one at the beginning and the next one at the end of each row as well. In between each stitch, there's a little loop of your own. It looks like a little step of her ladder, and we're going to use these steps as we so to take us down and joined the sides together. We start with the Road of stitches on the right hand side of the same Andi. I would just take that needle into the first like that, holding together the last and the previous ditch there, and then I do the same thing on the other side, the first and second stitches on that side. There's a little dude that joins them up, and I take the needle through that and then I just slowly move my down my my way down on each side, one at a time. One stitch at a time. Just picking up that loop that joins the last and the previous stitches on the first of the second stitches on each side. You know what? That's the little step, and this means that we can actually creating invisible seam. It looks like another rule of stitches. This this method of sewing, it looks as if you've just created what is This is whole step in between two rows of two lines of stitches. If I just try to get up there, you say that that just looks as if two stitches have joined together. And that's exactly what we're looking for. Would you this away, Down from the point right to the hen where we cast on the first place. I'll keep doing this and I'll see you where we change color, right? Then you can see that I have sown all the way down this side and I'm going to show you now that you don't need to change color, actually reach the contrast you can carry on picking up just a little part of the stitch that joins the two sides together. Andi, making sure that you pick up every rose ditches, not just the garter stitch take up all the way down here. We're picking up stitches and you won't notice because this is an invisible steam that we are in fact using a different color to the one that's used for the missing along here. And then as I reached the end here, I'm just going to go in. Andi, pull that tight. I just want it tight and let it go a bit. So it's a nice seems that doesn't doesn't even know just does it tiniest notice that that's the same Andi, I'm just going to with that needle up, seem here to secure it. And I would do a little slip there in through and then through the loop. I didn't see him again. There you are. You don't notice. That's and then I would do the same thing with all of these pieces on one thing, I will dio just here with this casting on. It's just secure the edge that where it's well joined up. There you go. You wouldn't think that I stood up with the main Yamaji, have you across the next job is to make the testable and I will see you for that 10. Tassel: we have one more thing to do. That and that is make a tassel for a hat, the top of the hat, and we are going to use the contrast job. Now. I suggest you find a coaster like this you could use dare I say it, You could use your phone. That's probably right. Size, Um, find a piece of cardboard that's the right size. It's just you can see that it's not gonna hang down to low. I'm going to have to trim it anyway, So that is about that's about 10 centimeters. If you could find a piece of cardboard and cut it to 10 centimeters, you're need obviously a coaster. The contrast. Germ scissors. Andi, your needle right up with hat aside just for now. And we're going to wind theon around the costa on the passenger actually tells you 25 times they get their one to. The vital thing here is not to do it too tightly. Otherwise it will bounce back and be much, much shorter. There we go. That's 25 Onda. We want a long and here you can see that that's where I started, So I'm gonna have a long end coming to see and hear. So I've got enough for sewing it all up. Let me up. Let's start with. We'll use this long end at the needle. We take it through the top here, just picking up all of those ditches. I'm gonna go through touch again on pick up that loop. So it's just secured. There we go little more tightly. I don't do that one more time and through that loop again, and that is nice and secure. Now I'm going to gently move that off of the coaster loop. Still all caught together at the end There on Dhere. We're going to create the little bit of a top that the tests always has. It just secures it, but a bit more, Andi, that is creating very much the same way as we've just done with the end. There were going to move the yard around Trump. There may be how financial so from the job on. Then just catch that with loop and pull that tight on ground again. Cash that move around again. Andi, Cash that And then we have Mm, basically ahead of the tattle created. I'm going to take the needle now into the Tessa with the top there and bring it out right in the top where we started. They go. That now has formed a top. So we can so that top to the hat in a minute. But what we need to do first is E as the tussle. So they're even. No. Yeah. Thought was pretty good. Andi, just to even it out. I'll give it a bit of come true and a bit of a hair couch, The chop here, their help. That looks quite even. I think that's pretty good. We could get very perfectionist about that and we'll end up with no tassel left. So that is beauty enough. They are. And then that's it. Look at how much are we still got left? Didn't take much to let bottom and create the tassel. Actually, let me put your little we need it. I'm away. That's again. There were 10 grams only need 10 grams. If you're used for creating the small hat to use to make the brim the badge of the bottom there on the Cecil, that spirit in that we can make more, more and more of us, we could actually make another hat using the purple for the land on the chest or we definitely have enough. Right? Then I'm going to So this to the top, And that just basically involves Put my hand through the middle here so I can hold it. Just could be to find the top, find the top of the same where all of the used it just came together. And take the Joan through those stitches of the top. I just need to do this a few times. Take us to a needle. True, the top of her chest. All on, then through the top of the hat. Just making sure that it is secure because this is for this one is for a street of six month old. We don't really want to coming loose. Um, I understand. I get it that the baby is actually gonna be wearing the hat most of the time and not playing with it, But we do need to be wary of this. And I would rather it was stone very tightly. The note and I'm going that in the opposite direction as well. So 800 nation degrees from where the additional There we go. just like a bit of a cross at the top, going one way through it and then another way through it. We are. I think that is nice and secure. Andi, that could just go. I'll take that through the tests, will one more time and then into the hats, and I can hide that. I make sure it's even more secure right at the top there, and that's that. That is the hat finished. Just the woman cuts they were. We have a baby hat with a tussle, a pixie shape. It looks just like Creature. I think that's pretty going. There isn't a long make. If you give yourself goals that we have done with the pattern guide, just take it off. You should go and you realize that anything is possible.