Thursday, October 10, 2013

Wooly Warmth


Katheryn's scrap yarn resulted in four more hats. Since this batch of yarn did not have labels, I am assuming it is wool from the texture. 


Since the hats are a quick knit, I've been casting on whenever I need a break from my other knitting projects.


I've discovered my Japanese vase makes a great "head" for photographing the hats. 


Needle: size 8
Pattern: Simplest Cap of All
Yarn: assorted wool scraps



What have you recently made out of scraps?

10 comments:

  1. I haven't been knitting much lately, but I've been known to get on a roll with hats, knitting one after another until I have to force myself stop. Love the hats you've made.

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  2. I don't have any scraps, but I soon will. I will have the leftovers from Steve's big blankie. I see some charity hats in my future. Thanks for the link to such a great pattern. I love how the top decreases look.

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  3. Beautiful hats!! My scraps - along with most of my knitting - are in hiding. Maybe as things settle into a new normal, I'll knit again.

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  4. What have I recently made out of scraps? Supper!! LOL. Scraps = leftovers around here. :) But golly, I need to teach myself to knit. Your hats are such fun!

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  5. the same as you I have been making lots of hats for charity, I am using the free Challenger pattern on Rav, but I may switch up to this pattern, it has grown on me!!! Love watching your knitting

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  6. These are really great looking hats...and from scraps!! Well done!

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  7. They are all gorgeous wooly warmth, but the brown and blue is my favorite!

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  8. um......I put some leftover sausage in my stuffed green peppers. does that count?
    I LOVE LOVE LOVE your hats. Im going to make one soon. Zach loves to wear my hats and I have not tried your SIMPLE pattern yet.
    keep up the good work

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  9. You have been busy!! they look great and you may need them this winter:)

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