It took me just the afternoon to knit up a Foliage hat for my sister-in-law, whose birthday is this weekend. I used a delicious shade of Malabrigo Worsted for it–the Pearl Ten colorway. Blackish, deep plum, and lavender are all in the mix. More snaps of the finished product once its gifted out.
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…”
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.”
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.”
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?”