I do know how to crochet (although my sister Angie is much better at it than I am), but I usually prefer knitting.
I made an exception, however for a cute little crocheted hat for Baby Ella. It's knit with my Mum's own 100% alpaca fiber, and the hat is so incredibly soft and fluffy. Perfect yarn, perfect pattern, and (of course) perfect model.
(Ravelry and pattern specifics here.)
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