Mack the Beret…

As winter recedes and spring rejuvenates, Kraftworkin’ Kitsch finally brings you one of the final hats created this season: The Star Crossed Slouchy Beret by Natalie Lawson. I’d seen this pattern several times and knew I wanted to knit it up; but it wasn’t until my good friend Mackenzie and I took a trip toContinue reading “Mack the Beret…”

Ber-ate me for wearing this or think ber-aayyy I want one of those, too. Either way.

I finally made another beret that I adore, but actually wear this time! Instead of knitting yet another beret I would never wear despite loving, I decided to give a crocheted version a whirl with this beautiful yellow yarn I had laying in my stash–just enough for a small cap, not quite enough for anythingContinue reading “Ber-ate me for wearing this or think ber-aayyy I want one of those, too. Either way.”

A woman of many (with?) hats? Perhaps if I keep this one.

Yay, my kittens! A project that’s nearly complete in the days immediately following original cast-on date. I can’t believe it. That peachy-keen hat I’ve been working on is nearly done. I just can’t seem to decide, however, whether I should put a honkin’ pom-pom on top or kitty ears. What does everyone think? I’m seekingContinue reading “A woman of many (with?) hats? Perhaps if I keep this one.”

A woman of many hats?

As Herman Melville once so brilliantly noted, “Whenever I find myself growing grim about the mouth; whenever it is a damp, drizzly November in my soul; whenever I find myself involuntarily pausing before coffin warehouses, and bringing up the rear of every funeral I meet; and especially whenever my hypos get such an upper handContinue reading “A woman of many hats?”