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Thursday, October 31, 2013


I'm ready for Winter!  Bring on the blizzards, the Arctic cold, and the ice.  OK, let's be honest, we might get one or two snow storms, but nothing too dramatic around here.  I've got a hat though, so I'm ready!

I finished up my new Ripley last night and got the lace Kitchener stitched together and the ends woven in.  This is a fun hat pattern (I love the pleats), and like most hats, it does knit up quickly.  I love little, fast projects like this that you can crank out quickly.  They give you that finished project feeling with so little time and effort on your part.



Blogger Tiny Tyrant said...

Perhaps I missed it, but i'm curious about which yarn you used for this.

It is lovely.

10:06 AM  

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