Monday, November 11, 2019

Wolfie

I sent off some Wolfie Mitts for my sister from a different mister. She’s always loved wolves and needed something to keep her hands worm while she could still work with them. I modified Natalia More Kulabra Design’s Gray Wolf Mittens.


Thursday, November 07, 2019

She Wore a Raspberry Beret

Who doesn't like a pretty pink hat? The Stirling hat is just perfect with a bit of feminine lace around the crown. The Stirling scarf pairs perfectly with this attractive hat. This time of year when it's cold in the northern hemisphere, a hat can keep you going strong on chilly days. My collection of hats is available as a mini ebook or as part of A Collection of Small Knitting Projects Inspired by Historical Stitches from Britain, Ireland and Scotland. 

Here is the Stirling Hat.



Wednesday, November 06, 2019

Wear My Hat

The Rowallan hat is my favorite from this collection. Pair this hat with the matching scarf for a complete ensemble. My collection of hats is available as a mini ebook or as part of A Collection of Small Knitting Projects Inspired by Historical Stitches from Britain, Ireland and Scotland. 

Here is the Rowallan Hat.



Tuesday, November 05, 2019

Papa Was a Rollin' Stone, Wherever He Laid His Hat Was His Home...

The Dunvegan hat is the easiest of the four hats featured this week. It matches the Dunvegan scarf from the same collection of patterns. My collection of hats is available as a mini ebook or as part of A Collection of Small Knitting Projects Inspired by Historical Stitches from Britain, Ireland and Scotland. 

Here is the Dunvegan Hat.




Monday, November 04, 2019

You Can Leave Your Hat On

It seems to me that if my head, hands, and feet are warm, the rest of me is warm. Hats are not just a fashion choice. This time of year when it's cold in the northern hemisphere, a hat can keep you going strong on chilly days. My collection of hats is available as a mini ebook or as part of A Collection of Small Knitting Projects Inspired by Historical Stitches from Britain, Ireland and Scotland. 

Here is the Armadale Hat.