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Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Not A Sock is getting bigger



Its starting to look more hat-like! I've closed the first cable thingy (that's a technical term) and now it looks like 7 upside down pretzels on the hat. I've tried it on and it fits nicely. Not too tight, but it doesn't feel like it will blow off in the wind either so I think I'm fine on sizing. I do bear a strange resemblance to the Statue of Liberty with all the DPN's sticking out from my head. No picture of that because I'm still walking around in my PJ's this morning. I am enjoying knitting this. I love knitting cables! They're one of those things in knitting that look really amazing but they're really easy to do. I might change the center cable from the Irish Hiking Scarf and do a more Celtic knotwork looking cable there, just to tie the hat and scarf together more, but I'll decide as I get closer to knitting it. Not much else is going on here. Last night I felt like I was coming down with something, but this morning I feel fine, just really slow. I'm going to take it easy today since my body may be fighting off a little virus or something and hopefully it will go away quickly.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Kelly said...

Your hat looks like it's coming along nicely. I'm just started the Irish hiking scarf. It's my first time working with cables and your right that are a lot of fun and look very impressive!

9:44 AM  
Blogger Christine said...

I can't wait to see your hat finished! It's going to be gorgeous!

I hope you feel better soon. There's a nasty little bug going around and it keeps coming back..... ask me how I know!

3:47 PM  

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