I used this picture and
used this yarn (4 seasons 8 ply wool from Spotlight) to knit up a couple of beanies...
Using an alternate modular construction, which means the beanie can do double duty as a tea cosy if required.
And, as one just wasn't enough I added some other colours and knit another with a similar top piece but a more conventionally constructed hat. This one includes a friendly native who likes to hang out in the tree.
It seems I have knit a number of hats in the past year so tagging was easy.
This lot got boxed up and sent off to take their part in the Alice Springs Beanie Festival. Just this once the Post people co-operated and they have already landed at their destination.
I wonder if any of them will find new homes?
It appears winter may finally be on its way to these parts, so lucky I've worked up a few more just for family and friends.
Oh, and the beanie making isn't over yet...
Just this week I cast on a few more.
A lovely soft number in this beautiful blue/green Knitpicks Preciosa, that refuses to show its true colours in pictures.
|The knitting is actually all done on this one.|
A little one for a special little person that joined the extended family recently, perfect for using up a little leftover Bendigo Woollen Mills Luxury 4 ply in Denim.
|Ready for the band to be added.|
And a, just because I still have more of this Cleckheaton Country 8 ply peachy pink colour, and I wanted to try this design, (the cream is the same brand yarn).
|I've progressed past here and finished the colourwork, only the band to go.|
It's been a good knitting week all round.
Wishing you a weekend of fun in your creative space.