My second Mosi hat is done. It's a bit bigger than the first. I used the same pattern and the same yarn (Palette) but I used a different circular needle which must have been a bit bigger. The first hat I had knit using the magic loop. The brown one was done all in the round. The bigger one fits better so it was an accidental win.
I love knitting these hats so much I have a green one already started.
Now for the uh, oh....Soldotna is done but the hem rolls up. Argh.....I've already done my homework and I know why it happened. Now I just have to rip it all out and do it right. It's always something.
Hats look great! The Soldotna problem is frustrating!ReplyDelete
Ooh, how frustrating! I'm glad you found the solution. Love the hats: I can see why they would be fun to knit.ReplyDelete
Debra, the colorwork in all of these projects is amazing to me. I'm afraid to do colorwork. My floats are never loose enough...or they're too loose. :-)ReplyDelete
I'm in awe of you my friend. I salute you!!!!
The hats and sweater are beautiful!!! Hope you get the hem issue resolved on your sweater. It is too pretty not to totally enjoy when wearing.ReplyDelete
The hats and sweater are just so gorgeous. Well done.ReplyDelete
Nice job on the hats!!! Go for it! What a great way to enjoy the Palette yarn. I would steam the dickens out of the soldotna!ReplyDelete
Your colorwork projects are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
The hats are very pretty! LianaReplyDelete
Love those hats! You've got me deeply involved with Snowfling mittens at the moment. Now I need to check out the Mosi pattern.ReplyDelete
I'm knitting a Weekender sweater and I'm afraid it's hem will curl. With all the positive ease it has, it will be heart breaking if I have to frog it. Hope you can easily fix yours. Your color work is stunning!ReplyDelete