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11  KNITTING / Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller / Two new completed hats! (Biggish images) on: January 26, 2005 06:15:57 AM
Over the past few weeks, I've finished two hats, one from SnB and one from SnB Nation. Time to share!  Cheesy Apologies, the images are a little big.

This is my kitty hat, knit with superwash Merino in a rosy pink. I'd like to eventually do another one, as I messed up the i-cords a bit and the ears are supertiny. I'd love to do a deep violet one, similar to the book.

The second one is the Headline News cap from SnB Nation. I had a big ball of slate blue acrylic that I didn't know what to do with, so I tried it on for size with this cap. Turned out a tad big, but it's supercomfy and although I just finished it yesterday, I've already gotten compliments on it.  Smiley

That's all!   Grin
12  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Jayne Cobb Hat! (with pattern) on: December 06, 2004 03:38:13 PM
Being a devout Browncoat(that's a fan of the recently-cancelled sci-fi series Firefly), I saw this page and couldn't resist. So, I found myself some nice rough wool, and knit some Jayne Cobb hats for my fellow Browncoats for Christmas! Here's me modeling one that I made for myself. The hat was my first circular project and it was super easy!

(the link above also has a screenshot of the actual hat and some hats knitted by the pattern creator.)

The pattern can be found at this link:
13  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Joining help? on: November 28, 2004 10:25:18 AM
Pardon me, because this seems like such a silly question - I've looked in my books and all over the internet, and can't find an answer to this seemingly basic question.

See, I'm about to start knitting a Jayne Cobb hat, which requires knitting in the round. I've never knitted in the round before, but I'm told by everyone I talk to how easy it is. The thing is, nearly every knit-in-the-round project requires you to join your ends after casting on - HOW do you do so?

Again, I know this question seems silly, and I hope I'm posting it in the right section - but I would love an answer ASAP.

Thanks for your time!
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