Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Swirl Hat


My knitting has almost slowed to a crawl, but I am nearly finished with this Swirl Hat. The hat is knit flat and seamed. Stitches are picked up around the edge for the ribbed band.

The pattern includes directions for infant through adult sizes.

Since this is post 1,000 on Wyoming Breezes, the pattern (sorry, it's still chilly here, so I am keeping the hat) and a skein or two of yarn will be sent to someone who leaves a comment on this post. The winner's name will be drawn on March 2, 2012.

Look for a quilt-related give-away tomorrow. You may enter one or both of the drawings.

The winner can be found here.

18 comments:

  1. Love the colors you used for your hat. My knitting is on hold at the moment, too. Congratulations on 1000 posts.

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  2. Way to go on 1000 posts....cool pattern.

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  3. Congrats on the blogging milestone! Great hat... but I hate seams, as you know. I think I have done one hat flat, but generally I transpose the pattern and knit in the round.

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  4. Congrats on 1,000th. Keep up the good work.

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  5. Happy Anniversary and I LOVE the hat. Put me in the drawing!! I Love all your posts Nancy

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  6. I love the swirl hat. It looks like a little beehive.

    1000 posts? That great! Keep posting Nancy. We love you!!

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  7. What a wonderful achievement! And the hat is absolutely lovely, too. Thanks for sharing yarn and pattern with some lucky person.

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  8. I like the swirl design on this hat! Is it hard to knit?

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  9. Congratulations on 1000 posts. It is a wonderful visual record of your accomplishments!

    Great hat and yarn selection.

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  10. Cute hat, Nancy, this would be nice for the grand daughters. I read your blog everyday. Congratulatins on number 1000.

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  11. That's a very cute hat. A most unusual design...looks like it would be fun to knit :)

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  12. Cool hat. I can't wait to see u wearing it! Julie

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  13. Very cute pattern. my sister who is seldom seen without knitting needles in her hands, would love this.
    Cheers
    Linda

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  14. looks like a very warm hat and interesting construction. Enjoy wearing it. g

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  15. Love those colours! I would be delighted to enter the draw!

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  16. We've had an unusually warm winter, but there's always next winter! Would love to work with that hat pattern.

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  17. really great colors, just love it and congrats on passing 1000 posts!

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  18. Congratulations on such a big milestone!!

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