You HAVE been busy! What an extraordinary idea to knit the Celtic design with color instead of texture. When you said Celtic in your email, I imagined cables and knots bubbling up and twisting around the hat. I am so impressed with your use of color work to create the beautiful Celtic designs you've done on the hats instead of the traditional method. Way to think outside the box. I am in love with the orange and navy beauty. Gorgeous. Will we see a pattern soon? I hope so. I want to knit one for myself.
Your Frozen Frontier Flashback Friday (4F) photos are so fun. I enjoyed your photos from McMurdo Station which brought back memories of seasons in the past. You have not aged a bit in 15 years. Isn't it fun to look back on previous years and see how much the station has changed?
I have been busy too, and the hats just keep flying off the needles. I'm still concentrating on using up the stash yarn.
I made this yesterday by adapting a chart from The Swedish Mitten Book, a sweet little book by Inger and Ingrid Gottfridsson. It's not in print anymore but I found a copy at my local thrift store and it's packed full of charts.
It's that time of year again for knitting socks. I finished one, and am still working on the hexagon socks.Second sock-itis has set in. I'm trying to make myself cast on the second sock.
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