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Leftovers Siksak Hat

This hat was knit using leftover yarn from prior projects.  The pattern is Siksak by Hanna Leväniemi;  I knit the band 2.75 in as I knew I wouldn’t have enough yarn for the 6 in the pattern states. I like … Continue reading

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Knitting for Noggins Hats

During the past year I knit several hats that were deliberately made for Knitting for Noggins or just weren’t gifted to friends/family.  These are some I have not featured in prior posts like the Illilouette Hat.   I sent them a … Continue reading

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Three Pussy Hats

I have a friend going to Washington DC to participate in the Women’s March on Washington.  She is meeting a few of her friends there who are also participating in the march.  There is a group (Pussy Hat Project) encouraging … Continue reading

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More Messy Bun Hats

I made these three messy bun hats using the same yarn (Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Tweeds) and pattern (Messy Bun Hat II by Isela Phelps) which I modified slightly — one for my brother’s girl, one for a … Continue reading

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Cabled Slouch Hat

Recently finished this hat which I plan to keep for myself.  It was knit using the pattern father cables by Veronika Job.  The yarn is Lion Brand Wool-Ease in gray heather color.  I really like how it turned out. Merry … Continue reading

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Sirle Hat

This is my latest knitted hat.  It is a slouch hat knit using the pattern Sirle by Suvi Simola.  The yarn is Neighborhood Fiber Co. Studio DK, left over from my sample stitch shawl. 

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Seven More Hats

All these were knit last year but not yet featured here. The first two hats (first three photos) were knit using the pattern Techno Hat by Colleen Powley.  The yarn for the first one is  Creative Melange Chunky by Rico … Continue reading

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