My hat was inspired by the Gothic Quarters of Barcelona. A knit version will not be hard using the Colorstranding Techniques. This is the Lateral view of the Hat. Thanks for stopping by!
I have yet to put anything on my blog yet...But I have been busy with finals coming up, a promotion at work, and sleeping? Anyway one day I will put some stuff up.
For my spin kin out there a tip: Many times I have tried to concoct a spinning oil to spray onto my fleece to cause the fibers to slip more easily and evenly as I spin.
Back from my Vacation to the Ancestral Lands, I was able to create a nice Tapestry Crochet Hat. I will share more of my vacation with you guys later.
Well, I've started (actually, I've started 3 times... I'm continuing this one!) I've learned a number of things so far:
Uhhh...I just realized I now have four works in progress.
I'm so sick of this effing squirrell. My boyfriend has been after me to knit a squirrel since I bought the pattern and yarn for it back, like, six+ months ago.
Making up for not posting in a long time.
I want to try a top down raglan sweater.
FOR A MAN. A BIG MAN. WITH SHOULDERS AND A CHEST AND A BACK.
Heavy worsted 4.5 st/in.
So, I got this one sweater in to re-tailor...Men's, purple silky wool. It was knitted a wee bit too open and, per silk, has grown. I can wear it as is but it's a little oversized.