This morning started like many mornings in our household. A.W. and A.S. were fighting like cats and dogs about something in the playroom while I was making breakfast. I gave it a minute or two to see if they could resolve it themselves, but no such luck. When I stuck my nose around the corner to see the cause of the drama, I saw the tell-tale sign of loose strings of yellow yarn.
Well, I am finally getting around to making the tutorial for the fleece Anna hat w/ the bonnet and braids. Finally! I always strive to keep my word, and it’s been bugging me that I didn’t put this up yet. Also, I made this hat weeks ago; and I fear, if I wait too long, I won’t remember the steps I used to make the darned thing!
Here’s the hat we’re making today:
Thinking this might be great timing for a homemade Christmas gift for your little Frozen fanatic!
After a solid week of my daughter asking me to make her an Anna costume, I decided that it would be a fun project, and a nice series to add to this blog.
As is our usual practice, my girl and I sat down and talked and drew out our sketch of what we wanted. This particular costume has many aspects to it. We drew them all out. So here is our starting point:
We love the movie Frozen in our house, just like most other families w/ toddler girls who think they are princesses do! But the one line that is my daughter’s favorite of the whole movie is: The cold never bothered me anywhere [sic].
Since we are in the Northeast and approaching winter, that’s a big problem!
But I have the solution, people! A functional Anna fleece hat. Two layers of fleece w/ Anna bangs and braids! Hopefully, no more fighting about wearing a hat. I can say that my daughter is wearing hers in the house, so I consider that a win. One point, Mom!