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« Reply #20 on: November 02, 2006 01:48:34 PM »

Your hats look great. I love mine, but i have to admit, I look like a total dork in it! The 2 lovelies pictured in the book both have bangs, and i think that would help. Also I have big black glasses, which I think does not help. I still wear it all the time because its super cozy.

I used some Lamb's Pride worsted weight, Blue Blood Red or something. I love that yarn. And I love my circular needle which is really shiny, and slick and fast. It seemed really expensive when i bought it, but it has been worth it.

I think this is also a great learning project for picking up stithces which I think is a really cool technique - intimidating at first, but really pretty simple to do.

I will try to post a photo someday soon, of me in all my dorkilicious glory!

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rachelo
« Reply #21 on: November 02, 2006 03:33:45 PM »

Your hats look great. I love mine, but i have to admit, I look like a total dork in it! The 2 lovelies pictured in the book both have bangs, and i think that would help. Also I have big black glasses, which I think does not help. I still wear it all the time because its super cozy.

I used some Lamb's Pride worsted weight, Blue Blood Red or something. I love that yarn. And I love my circular needle which is really shiny, and slick and fast. It seemed really expensive when i bought it, but it has been worth it.

I think this is also a great learning project for picking up stithces which I think is a really cool technique - intimidating at first, but really pretty simple to do.

I will try to post a photo someday soon, of me in all my dorkilicious glory!



jennymama, I have to say that as a gal with bangs, I hate wearing hats!  I hate when they get smashed down and dirty looking from the hat!  I'm sure you look great in your hat!

I was less worried about picking up stitches (it never occurred to me that I hadn't done it before!) than I was of the dpns.  I'm totally over my fear of dpns!  In fact, I love them and don't know why I was ever so afraid!  I think the i-cord was the most frustrating to me because it took me waaaay longer than it should have to understand that you don't *turn* the work.
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« Reply #22 on: November 03, 2006 09:35:12 AM »

I want to make this! Problem is I'm still getting the just-beyond-basics down and some of the instructions aren't super-clear yet.
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« Reply #23 on: November 03, 2006 03:38:02 PM »

I want to make this! Problem is I'm still getting the just-beyond-basics down and some of the instructions aren't super-clear yet.

If you need help, feel free to pm me, and we can muddle through it together!
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