Healing Hat Complete
If you haven't knit the wurm pattern you probably should. It's a satisfying knit and you will not be disappointed. I finished this hat in less than 48 hours of casting on and my left forearm will never be the same.
Caution: you should rest your hands and arms when the begin to ache. Oh well, the slight discomfort I'm feeling was worth it. My friend's daughter LOVED her gift and I know she will have fun wearing it when the cold weather arrives and stays.
The yarn is Malabrigo Arroyo and my, so squishy and lovely. I will definitely knit with Arroyo again.
The Wurm hat turned out great! I adore that pattern!ReplyDelete
What a great pattern, I love it.ReplyDelete
ooh i love this!!!!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
Wurm is a great pattern and I know your hat is going to be loved.ReplyDelete
Wurm has never been my favorite name for a pattern, but I love Healing Hat! May it do its job well.ReplyDelete
i love this pattern so much because it's particularly kind to your hair! (doesn't totally eliminate hat-head, but pretty close!)ReplyDelete
Co-ve-ting! I love Malabrigo. I haven't tried Arroyo yet as I usually knit in worsted for beanies.ReplyDelete
Wow that was quick. Love the nice deep welt on this hat. I'm thinking about hats and cowls now that I can feel autumn is in the air. I must check out your ravelry page for some more ideas.ReplyDelete
It's lovely. I've just started knitting my baby grandson a sweater in Arroyo, it's a gorgeous yarn isn't it.ReplyDelete
I have never knit a wurm before. Hmm.ReplyDelete
Great hat! xxReplyDelete
I love that hat pattern. Might be a good travel knitting projectReplyDelete
Now that looks like a warm hat. Pretty color too!ReplyDelete
Yep, we would call that a crazy effort...knit till you drop. Nice finish, you put us all to shame!ReplyDelete
Wurm....its such a wurm and squishy kind of word, makes you feel all gooey and soft.
oh Karen...what a beautiful hat!!! (and a wonderful and thoughtful gift!)ReplyDelete
Love the hat, another pattern I need to try.ReplyDelete
very fun! lovely!!! well done, as always!ReplyDelete
So lovely, Karen! This is such a thoughtful gift. xxReplyDelete
Lovely hat; it's a great color, too. No wonder she loved it! I need to try that pattern soon.ReplyDelete
I should really try this pattern, it looks so great. I'm sure it'll have amazing healing powers :)ReplyDelete
looks so squishy and cosy :)ReplyDelete
Such great hat yarn. Love the B UMPY patternReplyDelete
What a fun hat... may have to make a tiny one for my daughter this fall!ReplyDelete