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Wednesday, September 03, 2014

A New Sock

I’ve got several projects going right now, but none of them are really the kind I can work on autopilot.  I either have to pay close attention to my work (the Meditative Stash Buster) or the pattern (the Skyrim hats).  I can’t just knit.
Yesterday I decided to do something about that.  I have yarn picked and wound for another Ravello, but I want to get the Skyrim hats finished before I start anything big.  It’s been a while since I knitted socks (regular socks, I’ve done footies fairly recently), I decided to knit a simple pair of socks.  I’m using Hedgehog Fibres Sock Yarn in Whisper, which is a really soft pink with some fawn and cream and darker pink, and I’m knitting Twisted Socks.  I’ll probably have to pay attention when I get to the foot, but until then, I can just knit on autopilot.

My post yesterday linked to The Boy Hat on Ravelry, but I didn’t check to make sure the link on Ravelry went to the pattern page.  Unfortunately, the hat pattern doesn’t seem to be available any more.  I used my Google Fu but it was to no avail.  Fortunately, there are many free patterns on Ravelry for ribbed beanies, but I’m sorry I linked to one that isn’t available.



Anonymous MarjM said...

If you go to the Ravelry page for the designer, you'll see a thread at the bottom re The Boy Hat and its unavailability. One reader found a link to a web archive and posted it there so that you can get the copy. I made a copy, as did others.

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