August 25, 2005
Small step for girl, giant leap for knitting.
Finished the jury duty hat last night on the bus ride home from work:
Details: One pink hat, made from the easy roll-brim hat recipe.
Materials: Clover bamboo circular needles (size 11) and Crystal Palace "Iceland" wool in a variegated pink. It came out looking a little like pink camouflage, but what can you do?
I still have two skeins of the yarn left, and of course my normal next move would be to make a matching scarf. However, I have made a decision. A big decision. A bold decision! Sometime in the middle of the night, it came to me like a dream.
It is time.
Time to break out of the rectangle. Time to explore new horizons beyond the circular hat.
It is time to make a mitten. Or two.
I thought I might start with the pattern in Weekend Knitting for "super mittens" unless anyone present can give a reason why this woman and those mittens should not be joined at the hand ...
Also, if you have any Mitten Knowledge and Wisdom you want to share, please! Feel free! I am listening! See? Ears. Open!
Also, I would never end on a cute cat picture just because I am late for a meeting and have nothing witty to say. In fact, that's just a cheap shot and a copout.
Frankie isn't a supermodel, but she plays one on the Internets.
Posted by laurie at August 25, 2005 9:13 AM