Project: Morse Code Hat!Pattern:
k2p2 ribbing, decrease for crown same as kittyville hat from snb
(all left overs) alpaca yarn (brown), merino wool in *glazed carrot*, and some tweedy ecru rowan yarn (rowan cork?)Needles:
US 8's, Denise InterchangeableDimensions:
7.5' in height, fit's one redhead's head in diameter
intarsia says *i am stinky la la
* in morse code
. it's subtle enough so that most people won't realize that there's a hidden message, yet the inside joke is so fun! i think the next hat will be done in the round and will feature a spiraling message in morse code. whaddya all think?
p.s. this is my first post on craftster!
thanks for all the comments
- for morse code goodness, i used this website to translate: http://www.onlineconversion.com/morse_code.htm. but googling *morse code* comes up with many great resources, too.
- yes, the wearer of the hat knows what the hat says
- each orange letter (whether it's one or three orange stitches) is separated by one white stitch. words are separated by two white stitches. i marked the beginning of the reading frame with a ^