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« on: April 28, 2011 11:04:29 PM »

No, I could not come up with a better title than that. Smiley

I believe this is my first post in this category! Please don't kill me.

To save money on yarn recently (I'm a knitter mostly, but I drift over to the crocheting world on occasion), I have been unraveling my old projects. This sounds really terrible, but I'm unraveling the projects that have no meaning to me what so ever, like the scarf that started out with twenty stitches, and ended with thirty-four (my first project, a year or so ago). The hat below was formally that scarf.

It's my own pattern (but seriously, it's a hat...with a bow) and loosely inspired by http://cdn.is.bluefly.com/mgen/Bluefly/eqzoom85.ms?img=309066502.pct&outputx=738&outputy=700&level=1

crocheted hat 2 by LTMinCA, on Flickr

crocheted hat 3 by LTMinCA, on Flickr

crocheted hat 1 by LTMinCA, on Flickr

It was originally intended to be worn with the bow in front (like the inspiration) but it looks pretty good at the side too. Also, my head must be huge, because it's a lot less fitted on my mannequin. Hopefully, you get the idea.

« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2011 11:53:20 PM »

I love it! I think it looks great on both angles, but i would wear it with the bow on the side.

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