Pom-Pom Hats

As the temperature drops in Providence (we got some snow last week!), I start to pull out the ole cold-weather wear. I have what can only be described as GOBS of winter accessories. Mittens upon mitten, scarves upon scarves, hats upon hats. This season (and it changes every season, which is why I’m swimming in knitting), I’m particularly leaning toward nice knit beanies with little bobbles at the crown. They feel so whimsical and young to me!

Fun fact: In Canada, what American’s call “beanies,” Canadians call “tooks”

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Here is a guide as to how to wear such a hat, because honestly it’s not as easy as you might think!

P.S. Look! My blog is snowing!!

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