I read Mary Rowe's book on making tams in the spring. This is my second attempt using left over Shetland wool from other projects. Great fun.
It looks great - I really like the pattern and the combination & hues of the colours. It's like a spotlight in the middle! Asplund
I really like that.
...and that being only your second...
Thanks for all your kind comments. Yes, Celowin, it is the way the decreases are done that makes each one unique.
Just beautiful and my hat size is 7 1/4. Write me for shipping info.
Very beautiful! I'm starting to get a collection of unfinished balls of Shetlands wool so I can look forward to knitting something nice like this. Do you wear tams or give them as gifts?
Simply gorgeous! I haven't made any tams but this one inspires...
Like your other one, this tam looks great. I'm intrigued that it is based around a 7-sided pattern, which isn't something I see very often.
I'm not familiar with Mary Rowe's book. I'm guessing it is the way increases/decreases are done that gives nice flat transitions from one set of colors to another, instead of rounded?
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