This beanie is super adorable. If I wore hats, it would probably be my favorite.
Amber got a break this time. Instead of putting it on her neck, I used her shoulder. I’m sure she appreciates not looking ridiculous with a hat that wasn’t meant for a headless mannequin. What a patient and non-judgmental mannequin I have. Good job, Amber. Keep it up and you might get a raise!
The yarn is so soft, I don’t remember what maker it was from, but it’s one of my favorite yarns. It was super comfortable to work with and it’s not too thick or too thin. Pretty sure it’s one of the acrylic yarns, but it could also be cotton. The natural funky dye made a really nice pattern on this beanie.
I think this was my second time working in the round, and it came out pretty good!
Just gonna pat myself on the back on this one.
The price is suggested, and is totally negotiable.
Also, working in the round is a huge pain in the ass. What do you do when you have to start decreasing? I never have this problem with crochet!!!
I’m not a knitting hater, but it honestly doesn’t want me to like it.
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