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Thursday, July 03, 2014

This One’s For The Boys

Actually, I’m making two of them so they each have their own, but you get the idea.

Mickael and Caleb both love video games.  They play on the Playstation (2,3, and 4), Caleb plays on his computer, they play on their iPods and iPads, they play by themselves, they play together, they play online.  All weekend long, the sounds of battle, whether swords or bombs fill the upstairs of our house.

When the Iron Helmet pattern came out I knew I had to make it for them.  They both love Skyrim (and I’ve even attempted it, but I have trouble working the controller) so I knew they’d love it.  There’s a lot of detail in the pattern so I decided to work them both at the same time, so they’d both be done at the same time.  (This should also mean that there are no issues as to who gets their hat first.)  I’m using Cascade 220 Superwash.  If you’re interested in details, here is the project page in Ravelry.

This is my high concentration project right now, so it’s probably going to take a little while, but that’s OK.  No one really needs a wool hat in Dallas in July.



Blogger Judy said...

I know this isn't exactly proper but that is sooo cute. LOL


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