Saturday, December 13, 2008

hats

After finishing my plain and simple sweater and casting on two rather big projects, i found myself dreaming of a new hat. Now three days later i have knitted two new hats, but i'm not completely happy about them.


Berets have been my thing for a long time now and finding quick and easy pattern for one made me cast on. My gauge was way off, but i liked the look of it so i figured i could easily adjust everything while knitting. Somehow that was not the case... First it was too small, then too big and now (after finishing) it's just too fluffy (or something).

Pattern: A Country Beret by Erssie Major
Yarn: Debbie Bliss Donegal Chunky Tweed
Needles: 6,0 mm


The other hat is a sweet and easy beanie. I love the woolen yarn that i used in my drops-jacket and had some left, so this was a perfect project for it. I love the fishbone-pattern in this beanie and simply adore it in this shiny gray color. Even though it is slightly too big for me, i love this hat!


Pattern: Pescovegetarian Beanie by Veera Villapuu
Yarn: Reused wool
Needles: 6,0 mm

2 comments:

rike said...

love both..

the first: has a wonderful bright colour to be seen with in snow!

the second: has a fantastic texture. yarn, pattern and colour are a perfect team.

rike.

veera said...

Thank you!

I'm starting to like even that first one more and more every day. So enough with my negativity!