Apple Soap Cozy, Grace Fingerless Warmers; Pixie Hat. Link Party 413

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At Wednesday Link Party 413 we feature a fun Apple Soap Cozy from @eyeloveknots, the lovely Grace Fingerless Warmers from @mayakuzman and a sweet Pixie Hat knit by @kikucorner.

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Wednesday Link Party 413

This Week at Link Party 413 we feature projects from Little Treasures, EyeLoveKnots and Kiku Corner.

  1. Grace Fingerless Warmers | Maya Kuzman (Little Treasures)
  2. Apple Soap Cozy, or small gift bag (free pattern) | EyeLoveKnots
  3. Trio of Hats – Pixie Hat (free knit pattern designed by Wooly Wormhead) | Kiku Corner

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Wednesday Link Party 413 Features

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Crochet Hat Patterns

Grace Fingerless Warmers - Link Party 413

Grace Fingerless Warmers

I love these lacy Grace Fingerless Warmers. They are so feminine and elegant. They pair perfectly with the Charlotte Pouch. Beautiful romantic style.

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Apple Soap Cozy - Link Party 413

Apple Soap Cozy

Visit EyeLoveKnots for the free crochet pattern for this fun Apple Soap Cozy. Pop in your favorite bar of soap (check out the beautiful bar Alexandra found) or use them for small gift bags (perfect for back-to-school)!

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Pixie Hat Project - Trio of Hats - Link Party 413

Pixie Hat

Meinhilde has knit up this adorable Pixie Hat, with a free pattern from Wooly Wormhead. I love how she added the I-cord at the top, it adds a bit of playfulness to the hat.

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