No - not flap hat - flapper - think 1920's. I designed this for my wife but she hasn't been around when I had the camera out so my dog (Maggie) modeled it. It looks MUCH better on my wife!
Actually it's the Wisps of Smoke Ring. I made it as a cowl for my daughter but had nothing here to pose it on.
My mother lives in south TX and really can't wear anything I can knit so she asked me to knit a tablecloth for her.
Thanks to whomever it was on this group that asked the question about a "basket" stitch and also to whomever posted the pattern.
I just finished the Fountain Pen Shawl from Interweave Knits Spring 2009. I used Jojoland Harmony yarn on a US size 5 needle.
Well it's only 12/5 and I've finished the shawl I was knitting for my wife's Christmas gift.
Ok....I've only been working on this since February & I started the last chart the other night so I thought I was about done. But after doing some calculations I realize I'm only halfway there.
I knit this using 2/18 Zephyr 50/50 wool silk on US #3 needles. It took approximately 380 yards to make the scarf 8"x80".
Mmario has been at it again. He created a pattern called, "Mr. MacGregor. I made this one baby blanket sized and it turned out great.
This is the Muir shawl from the Fall 2007 Knitty.com edition. I knit it using US 2 needle and 680 yards of 8/2 Tencel yarn. At the $1.85 per ounce price this yarn cost the shawl was cheap!!