Friday, February 15, 2008

Winter gray go away

How to battle the winter grays?
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Don't get me wrong, I love some gray, but after a while, it sure gets to you. Here is the perfect antidote: Reversible hat knit with Noro Sock yarn.
reversible hat in Noro sock yarn.
Less than half a skein of Noro sock yarn. color S149
1.5 skeins of Elann's Peruvian Baby Silk 80% Baby Alpaca/ 20% Silk
US 1 for the Noro
US3 for the Baby Silk
Knit with a crochet provisional CO.

reversible hat the inner part. soft!

15 comments:

aquaknits said...

What a great use of some Noro sock yarn! Definitely the perfect cherry hat to get you through these last winter woes. Very nice!

aija said...

Awesome! What a fun colorway.

gail said...

I love the reversible hat. How fun to have a rainbow lining when the blue side is out! It will be your secret.

Hilde C. said...

Your way of battling the winter grays are really beautiful :-)

Tawana said...

the perfect remedy fir those winter blues!

Gigi said...

Oh, the squares are just too wonderful. It is everything a "quilt" should be - stacks of memories set in patterns that look amazing when toghether!

KnitNana said...

Wow. THAT chases the gray away, no doubt! I love it!
(((hugs)))

tiennie said...

That is a fabulous hat!

Garngamen said...

Nice and warm. Yummy...

cinnamongirl93 said...

What a funky, fun hat! I know it's keeping you warm.

astrid said...

noro rules! Are you thinking gloves as well?

Mary, Mary... said...

Spring is coming and the quilt looks super--like a knitted scrapbook.

gail said...

Thank you for your supportive and reassuring comments on my blog! I really like to knit, and would like to knit really fast. But, I enjoy every stitch and every item I make, regardless of how mundane or how slow!!

Poshyarns said...

Oh yes, an antidote to grey indeed, such a welcome burst of colour.

Strumpstickan said...

Wonderful!