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A Hat, Unoriginal

I’ve had some Schaefer Kathleen yarn kicking around in my stash for a while now. Picked up on sale at a not-so-LYS this summer, I had a very hard time settling on a project for it. The yarn is gorgeous and I am so in love with this colorway that I want to marry it. (No really. I knitted my Clapotis (a pre-ravelry/pre-blog project) in this colorway and I also have it in a hank of sock yarn. Love it.) So, with the Sweater of Rassilon on a time out right now, I pulled this yarn out of my stash and started poking around on Ravelry. Thank goodness for the miracle of Ravelry–someone finally posted a project in this yarn that wasn’t a scarf and only needed one hank of yarn.

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3 thoughts on “A Hat, Unoriginal

  1. I’ve knit one of those! And not only does it look good, and knit up fast, but it’s comfy, too. Though mine is knit in plain ecru, and therefore has a much different feel to it than your colorful one.

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