Knitting News and a Hat

 



Good morning! I'm excited to show you my new hat that I've been wearing on my walks with Frodo. It is a warm hat and that is exactly what I needed. I wished the brim was a little longer and maybe the next time around I will pick a plumper DK wool. Otherwise I am thrilled with the way this hat turned out.

I thought I was finished with knitting Christmas gifts and then remembered two more that I needed to whip up. Thankfully mitts are a super speedy knit. I've finished one pair and am currently knitting the second pair.

What are you working on this week?


Comments

  1. Cute hat, Karen! I love how that yarn has a lovely little halo!

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  2. That is a lovely hat! I like a deep brim that I can turn up and have a warm double layer over my ears. I guess you'll just have to knit it again (and maybe buy new yarn)!

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  3. That turned out to be a beautiful hat!

    Hold on to your horses .................I'm knitting a ...........SHAWL. Just cast on last night.

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  4. Your hat turned out so nice Karen. Love the color of the yarn, and it looks great on you. I've taken to wearing ear bands when I walk - they keep my ears warm and keep my hair off my face (LOL). I, of course, am knitting socks.

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  5. Hi Karen,
    ...I can FINALLY post a comment again...YAY!...I love your hat and mitts...so cute on you!
    ~Have a lovely day!

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  6. Karen, I love your hat! You make the mitts in record time..so cute!

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  7. Wow. such a lovely hat! The mittens are wonderful too. You're so fast!

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  8. The hat is gorgeous! And so are the mitts!!

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  9. Your hat is wonderful and I love that mitt pattern.

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  10. What a pretty hat. It is such a good color for you. Maybe you will have to buy some new DK yarn for another. I'm knitting away on the last accessory for my Grandson - a scarf.

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