The facts

So I finally finished and got better pictures. Here are the details:

The Pattern: Thorpe Hat by Kirsten Kapur

The Fiber: “Kaylee” Superwash Merino by Woolen Mill St Yarns, with a bit of Magenta Falkland by Beemiceelf

The Needles: US 9

The Verdict: It’s fun, it’s goofy, and it’s warm. I can’t wait to wear it this winter! From fluff to hat in 8 days.

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Chery
    Sep 29, 2010 @ 20:44:58

    Fluff to hat…. great going! Looks like a nice warm hat to me. What’s next?

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  2. christine
    Sep 30, 2010 @ 19:54:08

    Love it! Don’t you feel all I AM POWERFUL when you see that you’ve spun the fluff into yarn, knit the yarn into a real, live hat? Awesome spinning and good pattern choice. It’ll be nice and toasty warm. Now don’t you wish you still had chickens in that chicken coop to go feed in the cold this winter?

    Reply

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