I knit this hat using the Small Mock Brocade Block that Scott posted with his socks a few days ago. It's a fun and easy pattern- thanks, Scott.
I knit this one yesterday to celebrate the fact that the sun rose in the east. I'm running out of rationales, so I guess I'll just keep knitting for the hell of it.
I don't want to wear out my welcome with yet another hat, but I am posting the patterns on Ravellry (which I can barely comprehend, unlike our easy-to-get little home here), and for some reason I have
This is a hat I knit yesterday, and decided to give it a Maine-flavored name. Let me know when y'all are sick of them, and I'll start knitting underwear (if that model is available).
No, it's not powered by windmills or solar panels, and it's not in the least "green"- "hybrid" as in a combo of millspun and my handspun; "scrap" in that I knit it with my small balls...maybe I should
Thought you folks might enjoy seeing an upcoming hat "in utero". I'm blending wool and silk on my hand cards- heavy on the silk. The wheel is a Majacraft Green Suzie, which I love.
I continue to use up my stash; these yarns are Knitpicks Camel Heather and Claret Heather. I love the colors, but I don't like the way the yarn performs.
You leave me no choice but to inflict another hat upon you. This is a combination of millspun (grey) and my handspun (wine). The stitch is called basket rib stitch.
I knit this hat from yarn that I spun up from wool (of course) carded together with silk noil. I used a blend of Shetland and Cheviot fleeces, and dyed the wool and silk with Jacquard dyes.
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.