The fun continues as I transfigure stash to hats. This one's off the top of my head for on the top of my head; or maybe I'm just off my head.
This is an easy, fast and fun pattern. It doesn't take a lot of yarn and it's a great travel project. I like it mostly because it's basic and not fussy at all.
I think I deleted the pattern by mistake from my blog a couple of days past. Here it is again!
a friend of mine was on ELLEN today....
She handled herself very well and Ellen's reaction was priceless!
the pictures of my handturned wooden circular needles seem to have disappeared from the site, so I'm posting them again. One set is rosewood, the other kingwood (similar to mesquite).
this saturday the local chapter of project linus is asking for a one-day crank out blankets for haiti children. we are meeting in pasadena.
So after about 18 months of knitting, scarfs, hats, socks and sweaters, I wanted to do a blanket. A friend thought I was crazy for trying to knit one and suggested to try crocheting.
Good Morning all,
So I've finally gotten my janky camera to work... sorta... I really need something new... it's driving me nuts! The pictures of the 2 other mini mochi beanies I made are below...