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Tuesday, April 19, 2005

OUCHHHHH!

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Used: Elann-Harlequin "Sock it to me"
16" Circs and dp's Sz 3
What I learned: How to knit in the round with dp's
The double pointed needles that I used to finish up the hat gave me a splinter!!! Can you beleive it? Well, the important part of that sentence is FINISHED!!!! Yes it was made with love and a little touch of blood He He He. That was the first time I used dp's and it was a good introduction, can't wait to start those socks today:)!!!!!

6 Comments:

Blogger Momma22wildfires said...

Very cute! Is it cold where you live?

6:21 AM  
Blogger BeccaU said...

Your hat looks great - nice to see other uses of sock yarn :^) Thanks for letting me know you got your RAOK -I'm glad it made your day a little brighter!

5:36 PM  
Blogger RunsWithTrowels said...

the hat is beautiful! i wish i wasn't allergic to wool so i could use the self-patterning sock yarn to make one!

6:13 PM  
Blogger cherry blossom said...

that is so cute !!! that yarn is really cool :) now you just hope it gets cold again before summer! actually it feels kinda nice outside tonight :)

7:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very, very cool hat. Sorry the dpns gave you a splinter! Good luck with the socks, looking forward to seeing them. Wendy Knits also has a toe-up pattern you may be interested in trying after the LB Magic Stripes.

- MJ

9:32 AM  
Blogger amylovie said...

The hat turned out great! Now that you are familiar with the DPN's the sleeves on Tempting will be a breeze.

See you tomorrow,
Amy

6:56 PM  

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