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« on: December 20, 2009 04:01:10 AM »

Here are two things I've made over the past month for xmas presents.

The first is a scarf for my Mum.
Its knitted in Farrow Rib (K2 P1) it's a simple stitch but made it look really pretty.

My bf is modelling all the bits  Tongue excuse his grump face...Idk why he looked so grumpy!lol



Here is a close up


This second one is actually the FIRST hat I've made.
It was for my Secret Santa (Kris Kindle) in our Stitch N Bitch group.
I was pretty proud of it.



CO 66sts on 5mm straight needles
I knitted the red and pink yarn together in stockinette stitch for the rolled up brim for about 2 inches.
Then switched to the pink yarn and went to seed stitch for 8 inches and then decreased by *K2,K2tog starting from * all the way until I ended up with 5 stitches left.

Then I cut the yarn leaving a very long tail which I threaded through the 5 stitches and pulled tight.
I used the tail to seam the hat up in blanket stitch.
Seam it turned inside out btw or you will be left with a tip at the hat (the original design called for this but I didn't like it!)

So it was finished but I thought it looked a bit boring so I added a pom pom


Tah dah!!  Cheesy

I knitted this hat in a day so it's really easy to make.
I've been asked to make more now...lol
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« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2009 05:20:39 AM »

Your bf is a good sport to model for you!  Cheesy

Thanks for the mini tute!  I think I can make this hat (I have no luck with circular needles!!)..

I can see how this hat can be made for some guy friends of mine--but probably not in pink.. Wink

Your mom and swap partner will be happy to receive your gifts! Nice job and happy holidays!
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« Reply #2 on: December 21, 2009 02:07:24 AM »

No worries.

The tutorial maybe should've been written out with more time.But that's basically all there is to it.
It's the easiest thing I've made  Smiley

And yeah my bf is a good sport Cheesy
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« Reply #3 on: December 21, 2009 06:21:16 AM »

Your instructions were perfect!  I wrote it down on an envelope and started it already in brown!  I have never made a hat without a loom so this will be a good test!

My first try at a hat like this was so horrid that I turned it into a small drawstring bag!
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« Reply #4 on: December 21, 2009 07:29:44 AM »

I love the yarn you used for the scarf!
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