Striped Wurm Hat


Over the weekend, I finished another quick project, the wurm hat.  This time around I decided to knit with a self striping yarn, Zitron  Unisono.  I love the effect that resulted with the striping and the wool has a lovely hand.  This hat is quite squishy and feels wonderful!


First two photos were taken by me, I think I'm getting good at weird angles.  The last photo was taken by my son.  Sometimes an extra pair of hands just helps out. He patiently snapped and asked "how's this".

I am not giving this hat away!  I am looking forward to some crisp fall air and a chance to wear this while out on a walk in the woods.  With all the stripey colors, I think the hat will go with many of my other knitted cowls, scarves and shawls. And you know, if it doesn't well then, I have a great excuse to knit some more accessories.


Comments

  1. I love your Wurm hat, the stripes are lovely. I'm thinking of another Wurm myself, but then I'm thinking of a lot of things to make...

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  2. Great hat! That's a pattern I need to remember since I still need to make myself a nice hat (or two) for the colder month. :-)

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  3. That looks great! I love the way it came out with that yarn. I wouldn't give that one up either. It goes with so many things.

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  4. I Need to check your ravelry notes, i really want to knit this hat for myself...love love love the stripes!!

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  5. Fabulous hat--I love the colors and the self-striping yarn. I've got Wurm in my queue to be knit in the coming weeks.

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  6. Wow! Love the colors and the stripes and texture! Photos turned out well, too. How nice of your son. :)

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  7. I love the colours in this Karen! Definitely a keeper.

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  8. Loving this. Really. And I know so many daughters and nieces that would feel the same. Adding to the list ;)

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  9. Wow, love the stripes, and the colours. A keeper for sure.

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  10. That's a wonderful hat! It doesn't have to match your clothes exactly. Sometimes it's fun to be a little bit bohemian.

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  11. So pretty! I love hats but can not wear them.

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  12. That hat has been on my list for a long while...I should just do it already! Yours turned out so nicely too, I love the different colours!

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  13. It looks great Karen and I don't blame you for keeping it.
    I really need to knit one for me, I love how you look in yours... just beautiful!

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  14. It looks great. I keep looking at this pattern on Ravelry - really must try it xx

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  15. I LOVE it! I tried to knit a wurm awhile back, and just couldn't get that bottom ribbing to line up right. I want to try again, but am too afraid of failure! Maybe one day. Yours looks awesome!

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  16. That is gorgeous and I love your stripy colours. Lovely and warm and very cheering on the coldest of days.

    Nina x

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  17. I've just got to make a wurm!!!! The is adorable!!! :)

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  18. This is really cute- I like the stripes.

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  19. Ooh your hat is gorgeous - I wouldn't give it away either! Perfect for autumn :o)

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  20. Perfect yarn for this pattern! I've been thinking about hats, too -- although half of me is trying to pretend like winter is not going to happen this year.

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  21. LOVE the hat! Super cute. I have just come to the very same realization about accessories!

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  22. That is one yummy hat!
    I want one too.

    Love Leanne

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  23. Ohhhh! I love wurm hats - yours is wonderful! I made one for a friend last year :) Self-striping! Clever yarn!

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  24. The hat is gorgeous!
    I just knitted a hat and felt a bit like I was cheating on summer, looking forward to autumn...

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  25. Why do I always have to dust something off in my queue after visiting you. I must make the wurm hat that has been sitting here waiting for its time.

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  26. Beautiful! I love those fall colors, and the pattern works so well with the self-striping yarn:)

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