Meg liked this hat style, but said I could leave the buttons off; I reminded her of all of the colorful basic buttons we purchased last summer for an apron, and we're going to embellish the turquoise hat with red, yellow, and hot pink buttons.
The pattern comes from this book...Knitting Little Luxuries. It has some really pretty and (from what I've heard) easy to complete projects. I'd like the Juliet scarf for myself...but I really don't think I'm up to any lace knitting.
I'm looking forward to finishing up decorating this weekend and posting some holiday pictures. A Friday evening trip to New Harmony (The Christmas Walk) and a Sunday trip to Newburgh for the annual House Tour should also call for some nice photo opportunities. Better charge up the batteries!
That looks like a sweet cap. I hope that you are able to resist the urge to head off on your own this time.
What a cute hat and I love the buttons on it!
I've never really made anything with my knitting LOL! My daughter and I just knit very long irregular pieces!
This is so pretty. I love the hat. I think on a young person the buttons would be adorable. My friend at church made me a purple hat something like it and I love it. Of course, mine is sans buttons.
I just wanted to stop by and tell you how much I enjoy reading your blog!
I love, love the hat that you are making! If I could only knit.... That's something I have never been able to get the hang of.
Have a great day!
I just started taking up knitting again. It's been years since I picked up a needle and yarn, so long that I forgot how to start until I watched a video.
I know it will take a little time to get back in the swing of things.
Dropping by via Vee. Love your list of simple pleasures and your knitting. Especially the felted pears! Charming.
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