No, your eyes aren't fooling you--this is actually a mosaic made from buttons,
and therefore is the raddest thing you're likely to see this morning. You're welcome.
Of course, that's probably because this post is full of hats featuring those gill-having, aquatic craniate paraphyletics commonly known as fish. Not because this post is off in any way; goodness, no. This post is both morally/ethically sound and stench-free, so there's no need for concern at all. Just kick back, scroll on and enjoy the hats. I insist.
Then again, it'd be hard not to enjoy the hats when there's fun ones like this needle-felted koi fish hat, wouldn't it? It's just too snazzy not to like.
If it's true that variety is the spice of life, then how spicy would we rate this selection of crocheted fish hats? Mild? Medium? Hot? I'm thinking Mild, seeing as they are baby hats and I'm pretty sure babies lack the palate to handle anything spicier. However, I do reserve the right to be entirely wrong about that, so there you go.
Is it just me, or does the color scheme of this embroidered fish headband look rather spring-like? Mind you, that's not a bad thing; it's just that pastels have always struck me as April-May-June types of colors, and I'm wondering if this is a mental association everybody has or not.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: There really ought to be more hats with googly eyes, and there should be more hats that look like they're trying to swallow the wearer whole. Googly eyes + Devouring hat = Extra awesome, as this knit fish hat amply proves.
And just because if you follow fish to their logical conclusion, this headband is what you're gonna get:
Admittedly, the bones probably won't be black or glittery, but I'm still right.
See you Friday!