This week I finished knitting a hat for my daughter. She was so excited for it. She asked me several days in a row if I had finished her hat yet. :) I love that it's a quick knit, and you only have to make one....unlike socks and hand warmers!
The pattern is the tweedy cap, which is available for purchase here. I think I've made this pattern at least 5 times now. It's a good one!
Winter is coming, like it or not, so I'm glad to have this finished!
Now it's your turn! Please link up your finishes for this week. Thank you for joining me for finish it up Friday!
Cute hat! Love how it turned out.
great color combo!
The hat looks perfect on her! I wish I could knit :)
Neat pictures! and great hat!
Very pretty. The colors are great!
Great choice of color and pattern. Happy Friday!
You're right--it suits her personality to a T.
You are multi-talented! I so love the grays in any form ...
Thank you again for hosting.
Beautiful hat, the colours are lovely! I really like the pictures you took too, I haven't used a proper camera for a long time!
CUTE! The unique stripes are great!
That hat looks awesome! Love the detail with the blue.
What a super color combo! The style looks lovely on her as well.
Amanda Jean - What a cute hat!
"...you only have to make one....unlike socks and hand warmers!" That is what the Magic Loop is for! ; >) I even use it for sleeves, so I don't have to worry about getting one sleeve longer than the other. Which would totally happen if I did them one at a time. Yup, I am tape-measure challenged.
Leanne - Take the time to go to the Local Yarn Shop and learn to knit. Once I had some personal instruction, the concepts all fell into place. I learned how to knit-n-purl on Saturday and by Wednesday I was doing cables with a little help from YouTube.
Really pretty hat. Don't you love it when they love what you make for them? Just makes it all worth while!
Love it! It won't be long before it will be a necessity here in MN
I am a beginning knitter. I can knit but I struggle with keeping my stitches even. I know, practice, practice, practice!! Would you say this is a doable pattern for a beginner?
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