Green Leaves

greenleaf3I designed this hat for my new granddaughter, who you might know by her blog name, “Sweet Pea”. She was born this year, just before St. Patrick’s Day.

Since then there has a been a flurry of hat knitting activity here on the farm.

I am offering this pattern for free to my readers as an online download. It is published with the same creative style and aesthetics of my retail patterns … but you don’t have to pay for this one! This is my way of saying thank you for visiting my website, reading my blogs and encouraging me along the way.

Please remember the pattern is copyright protected, and should not be duplicated or shared via email or as a print out. It is intended for your own, personal use and is not to be sold or distributed by any means without express written permission from me, the author. If you have a friend who would like the pattern, please have them visit this page to get their own download. Thanks!

Download the Green Leaves Imp Hat knitting pattern for free now.

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7 Responses to “Green Leaves”

  1. [...] make up for it, here is a link to a free pattern for the cute little Leprechaun hat pattern I made for Sweet Pea back in the [...]

  2. Love this pattern! I’m starting it later tonight in a pale purple … I know, I know, not green like the Irish, but it’s the only worsted weight merino I’ve got in the stash and we’re tight on money so the stash is my yarn store for the time being :)

  3. I have just downloaded this pattern and I want to thank you for making it available at no charge. I must say the items in your catalog are simply beautiful in design and workmanship. The Green Leaves Imp Hat I plan to use for baby gifts. My limited income means I can purchase very few patterns but I believe I’ll have to purchase one or two of yours in the future. Thank you again. Your poetry for your little one is touching and beautiful. Thank you again. Marilyn

  4. Hi, Love the Green Leaves Imp Hat I found at Knitting Pattern Central. Are there corrections to the pattern, mine isn’t knitting up right?

    Thanks

  5. Thank you for sharing this. It is very cute.
    I just wanted to let you know how pleased I was after purchasing your biscuit blanket pattern. I made one for my grandmother for her 80th b-day present and she loved it. It was very special since I have such fond memories of her biscuits. :)
    http://cid-ccf9171917a5d8b2.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/Projects/BiscuitBlanket.jpg

  6. Fiona Bishop Says:

    Hi i would like to make these to give to precious babies that are put into cyf care. They are often taken at birth and go to the caregivers with much to nothing at all. I would be donating the goods not selling them at all. Would this be ok.

  7. Yes Fiona, I would be so happy to know you are using my pattern for such a good and worthy cause. Thank you! ~firefly

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