Category Archives: hats

Unraveled Wednesday, 1/1/2020.

Joining Kat and friends for Unraveled Wednesday. Knitting. …and what is the proper thing to do after finishing one pair of socks? Both pairs are double-thick — two strands of sock yarn, foot knit on US #2-1/2 and ankle on … Continue reading

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Unraveled Wednesday, 12/18/2019.

Joining Kat and friends for Unraveled Wednesday. This hat is what I have been working on for the past week or so. Rios makes such lovely squishy cables! The hat is for a silent auction in February. Why have I … Continue reading

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Unraveled Wednesday, 7/31/19.

Hatz! We have hatz! I lost my momentum on my Fairfield sweater when the maths kept frustrating me, so I started a blue hat for the Hat Not Hate campaign sponsored by Lion Brand yarn. I think it is the … Continue reading

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Unraveled Wednesday, 5/22/2019.

My Fairfield sweater has been in time out for a month as I pondered all your suggestions of how to make it smaller without ripping and reknitting. More on that another week. But never fear, I have still been knitting … Continue reading

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Unraveled Wednesday, 1/17/18.

Joining Kat and friends for Unraveling. I am finding the Stitch hat to be impossibly much more difficult challenging than I expected. I mean, how could a hat on US#0s that has both intarsia and stranded colorwork be impossible so freakin’ hard … Continue reading

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Unraveled Wednesday, in which there is actual unraveling.

Joining Kat and friends for Unraveled Wednesday. This was a hat that I knit a couple years ago. I also knit a scarf. They used Malabrigo Rios in Pocion and Piedras, double-stranded with a navy-gold-brown mohair. Tragically, I neither blogged … Continue reading

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My year in knitting, with a bit of crochet thrown in for variety.

Potholders, two.   Fingerless mitts, four pairs.   Mittens, one pair.   Socks, one pair.   Dead baby buntings, several.   Stump covers, two.   Hats, lots.   Cowls, one.   Scarves, one.   Sweaters, zero.   Afghans, one.   … Continue reading

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Three on Thursday: FOs.

Three things I have finished recently: This hat for donation. I just felt like knitting a hat, so I did. Stranded colorwork is not my forte nor my pleasure, so I kept it to a minimum here. The hat is … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday: October 2006.

Remember the Dulaan Project? That’s where these FOs were destined.  08 October 2006 In which I display [lots of] FOs… …and more pictures than you may want to see. My apologies to those on dial-up. No. 1 (each stripe is … Continue reading

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FFotD & helping.

I am currently knitting teeny hats for the East African Preterm Birth Initiative. These little honeys ares pure stash-busting, potato-chip knitting for a good cause. I am using the worsted weight pattern at the linked site, but there are sport … Continue reading

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