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Topic: UGA Sweater and Uuber-Emo Hat  (Read 1860 times)
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« on: December 22, 2006 11:03:02 PM »

So! Im really terrible about posting things... I finish all this stuff and then I never post it  Undecided

First off: we have a sweater for my youngest nephew, Robert. No pictures of him actually *in* it yet, but thats because i just sent it off.

This marks the second sweater I have ever made. Im even surprised that I finished it... I knit it primarily while playing World of Warcraft... like during the griffen flights and that. Knit with the UGA logo. Go Dawgs!

And part two is a hat loosely adapted from this pattern: http://schrodinger212.blogspot.com/2005/12/double-hat.html
I call it the emo hat because... well it just looks so emo-y to me. Its a reversable hat so it has two sides, and I took emotastic pictures to play it up Smiley

Side One!

...i have a weird nose...

Side Two! (my favorite)

I dunno why i like this side better, but... i do.

Very easy knit, and very fun (and surprisingly fast.. .made in two nights). I hope to make these for my friends... but of course my track record thus far of "I'll make these for my friends' has been... not great. At any rate, try the pattern. Mine came out a little big, but I was using a size up in both needles and yarn.

Oh, and for the record... they were all knit in 7 needles with Lion Brand Wool-Ease. Can you say leftovers? woo.

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« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2006 05:04:54 AM »

Fantastic. I love the double hat. The black and white and red looks great.  Smiley Smiley Smiley
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