Friday, March 29, 2013


Those of you that have followed my blog for a while are aware of how important the dogs are in our house. I'm always looking for a way to support our local Humane Society because living in a relatively metropolitan area means plenty of homeless animals and animals in need of low-cost medical assistance. So...
Even though it's supposed to be spring, I know in many (ahem most) places around the country it still feels like winter. What better way to keep your head warm than with a new hat?
Here is Pugsley, a beanie-style hat knit out of Spud and Chloe Sweater.

Pugsley is knit in the round with snout and ears knit separate and sewn on. Pugsley's eye patches are done in duplicate stitch, with buttons sewn on for eyes.
Pugsley is available in three sizes: Baby/Toddler (Child, Small Adult), shown in Baby/Toddler size on a 17.5" head.
Finished measurement: 16 (17.75, 19.5)" circumference, hat will stretch to accomodate a head approximately 2" larger.
Supd and Chloe Sweater in Toast (MC), and Rootbeer (CC) - 1 skein each.
US 7 - 16" circular and set of 5 dpns (or size needed to obtain gauge)
All proceeds from Pugsley will be donated to PAWSibilities: The Humane Society of Greater Akron. Thank you for helping support our animals!


  1. What a loving heart you have for dogs. This is a really cute hat.


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