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Topic: My first FO, a beanie.  (Read 1228 times)
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monoped
« on: May 30, 2006 09:45:24 PM »

I can't believe it, I've finished my first real knitted item (as opposed to simple ipod socks). I had a friend teach me to use dpn's then set about making a beanie for to keep my bald head warm this winter. It only took me a couple of days to make & I even managed to fix my stuff-ups (instead of frogging & starting over every time). I'm already a third of the way through my next one.



excuse the dodgy pic.
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soulified
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2006 10:38:06 PM »

Very nice Smiley My first hat has holes near the bottom because I kept accidentially yarning over (used a lot in lace knitting because it makes grrreat holes...sigh, good if you want them there!) and didn't want to go back. haha. "Rip it out? What are you talking about? I can't just decrease?" would have been my response if someone had confronted me about my knitting methods Wink

You did a great job!
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« Reply #2 on: May 31, 2006 08:57:05 PM »

Thanks  Grin
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Dharmasabha
« Reply #3 on: June 01, 2006 09:13:52 PM »

Great job!

In Canada, that kind of hat is called a toque...we have our own names for screwdrivers and knitted hats.
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« Reply #4 on: June 05, 2006 07:19:13 PM »

I always thought a toque was a flapperish ladies hat, I think beanie sounds more manly <grunts & scratches>. By the way, what do you call a screwdriver in Canada?
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« Reply #5 on: June 05, 2006 07:29:37 PM »

that hat is great!!!!!!!!, im with soulified, i always get holes

i live in canada and i call a screwdriver a screwdriver. i dont know what Dharmasabha is talking about Huh
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« Reply #6 on: June 07, 2006 05:47:02 AM »

Beautiful. My first real project was a hat too - it was acrylic, and I knit it so tightly that it was probably waterproof. It was for charity, and I always picture the kid using it as a toy boat, lol. Yours is much nicer.  Smiley
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