Just made it this week, finishing hat number 2 at about 9 PM on Saturday night. But, I did it! The Springtime Slouch was hat number 1 this week. The pattern is in the previous blog post - it's a lightweight, slouchy hat that knits up great in a cotton yarn.
I'm not sure what I'll be naming hat number 2 yet.......... I was concentrating so much on finishing it by my self imposed deadline that I wasn't paying attention to writing the pattern down. So, right now, I'm knitting another one, so my first hat for Week 12 will be done soon and then I will post the pattern. This one was knit using Charisma yarn, which I really love. It's very soft and I'm a big fan of bulky weight yarn anyway. This color is an eye catcher too. The one I'm working on now is a darker blue, knit in Serenity instead. I thought the contrast in yarns would be nice. Then I'll decide on a name too!
It's been a busy week and a busy weekend, but I'm happy I met my goal for Delaware Head Huggers!
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