Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Dulaan Hats

I made these three hats for Dulaan during the weekend:

The leftmost hat used 3 strands of "chunky" acrylic, the middle one 2 strands. Both using Stephanie's Ken's Dulaan Hat pattern. Both are child-size hats.

The one on the right used 2 different part-skeins of Colinette Point 5 yarn. The different colourways actually work quite nicely together as they share some common shades. The pattern is one I got last autumn in a hat and scarf kit from the Colinette mill shop, knit up on 12mm needles. It practically took longer to sew up the back seam than it did to knit! (adult-sized hat, it fits me very nicely).

Currently OTN is a simple garter stitch hat knit flat, in the grey acrylic (which seems to be never-ending!).

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At 7:24 pm, February 28, 2006, Blogger Rain said...

They are so sweet and look very warm.

At 12:24 am, March 01, 2006, Blogger Diane said...

Love the hats ...someone will be very grateful indeed for you helping to keep them warm :)

At 11:04 pm, March 01, 2006, Blogger acrylik said...

Love the hats, and thanks for posting the link about them too, that looks to be a very interesting project.

At 11:58 pm, March 01, 2006, Blogger Sharon J said...

They're going to keep some frozen ears lovely and snug, that's for sure. As for the Gene Genie... you've gotta beat me off first ;-) ~Sharon


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