I am the youngest of three kids: the baby girl with two big brothers. I don't remember my brothers fighting over much, but I definitely remember fighting with my brothers over everything when we were little.... or maybe not so little.
Now I am a mother and have two little ones of my own. Tommy wants everything and anything his big sister, Emma, has. Last month, it was her collection of dollar store beaded necklaces. Last week, he wanted to color with the crayons she was using. Yesterday, he wanted her bagel. And so it continues...
|Tommy could not resist the pumpkins...|
|...he threw one at the photographer just before she took this picture!|
He wants what she has, and she wants what he has.
The Siblings hat was designed with two such people in mind. This gender neutral hat is perfect for two people who struggle with sharing, whether they are little kids or just kids at heart.
Maybe the pair you have in mind for this hat are best friends, a couple, or even like-minded co-workers?
The pattern calls for one skein of Spud and Chloe's Fine yarn and includes instructions for two hats: one with cables and one without.
It comes in a wide range of sizes too: infant through adult! More specifically: 0-6 months (6-12 months, toddler, child/women’s small, women’s medium/large, men.
So which hat will you fight over?
The Siblings hat pattern can be purchased on Etsy and Ravelry. How would you like a free copy of the Siblings hat pattern? Leave a comment below telling me what you fought over most with your sibling/best friend. You only have the weekend to post a comment. Next Tuseday, November 26, I will select a winner using the online random number generator. Be sure to let me know your Raverly name or email address so that I contact you!