I’m in the beginning stages of knitting my very first blanket. I’m sure this is the first post, of probably many, concerning this throw. It seems easy enough, but the fact that I have never knitted such a large piece before, I have a feeling that I may become overwhelmed at times.
Even so, I am really excited to get it started and to have something I can cuddle with this Fall season.
As for the hat; I finished it last night. I thought I would finish it sooner than that, but life dealt a different set of cards for me this past week that didn’t involve knitting. This hat if for my husband, but I had my son model it for you today, since Bubba was busy mowing the lawn. He did a nice job playing my model, haha.
It is sort of funny that the last hat I made, that was for a child, I was the model. And this hat, made for an adult, my child modeled. HA! Go figure.
So the hat came out the way it was supposed to be. It only took 4 tries. I still have a little trouble “sewing” the ends together, but I’m sure I’ll get the hang of it one day. The pattern wasn’t my favorite. If I redid it, (Lord help me!) I would do the whole hat in the k3, p7 pattern. Any way. It is finished. That is all that matters to me at the moment. By-the-way, if you’re wondering, the hat is a slouchy hat. I purchased this book for the pattern.
This is a crummy picture, but the yellow yarn is for the blanket and the blue yarn is for Nate’s hat.
Until next time,
PS~ I'm reading a book called, The Mailbox. It is a christian book based on the real life mysterious mailbox that sits on a North Carolina Beach that has an anonymous guardian. I'll tell you more about it next time because today, I'm not feeling very well. Boo.
Linking up with the lovely, Ginny, today.