Tiny Toque Ornaments


Tiny Toque Ornaments


I'm not sure what it is about miniature knits, but they're just so adorable! I know you'll fall in love with these Tiny Toque Ornaments as soon as you start making them. It's amazing how knit Christmas tree ornaments help to create a cozy, homemade atmosphere. Made with scrap sock yarn, this project is also a creative way to get through some of your stash.


Knitting Needle Size2 or 2.75 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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These tuques meet a number of needs - colour and a sense of warmth on the tree, they will use up those bits of yarn I can't bear to throw out, and they are a reminder of childhood in Ontario's northland and in Qubec City... talk about nostalgia at Christmas

Oh, these are so sweet! I have made tiny sweaters and mittens before to decorate the Christmas tree, so these tiny hats (or toques, if you will) fit right in with them. It looks like a good project to do on those still snowy days when I am missing Christmas already.

How cute! These can do double duty as little gift box or bag decorations, then hung on the tree or used as decorations elsewhere.

They are just adorable!


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