This is the progress on Raspberry Hat or Tubular Trinity, but now I have to wait til I see Dawn to get yarn from Incredible case that I left in rental. And I just ran out of yarn, I think I am going to have to frog the case to finish hat. Awhh well, the case in this chunky of a yarn was never going to appeal to me. I will be sure to take a pic though to save for proof that I continued to the bitter end before deciding I would much prefer this case idea in a thinner yarn.
I can haz to help you?
I turned it (very un-orthodox-y I might add) into this :
Ehh. It works. Its crochet, obviously, and I feel like now my knitting skills have vastly improved beyond what I knew about crochet. I should do more.......but knitting gets in the way.
An oldie but a goodie. I keep taking pics of it. I do love it, I just wish I would have used better quality than Red Heart on this. It was before I knew better. But I think maybe the quality is part of the charm. All winter it was my "I don't really care if it gets too dirty" hat, and I fgured it could stand to be softened up a bit in the wash, and again I think one of the cool things is it's stiffness. paradox.
The next project is what I started this weekend....... shoulda started the mittens but the Twinkle was calling my name, and I couldn't resist. This, for those of you I mentioned it to, is the yarn I was petting like a small animal in the store. It is uber-soft and this color is Urchin. I'm sure I've only mentioned a couple hundred times. Thats some lions brand I used to start off VeryPinkKnits tutorial for tubular cast-on, I liked it so much with the Tubular Trinity I wanted to see it in a chunkier yarn and I also ended up doing a tubular cast off on this project off youtube by Mt.Mom.
I love the edge.
But I like this look too:
And this one :
I had fun with this one.
On to other developing craft horizons.