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Old 02-24-2007, 12:41 AM   #11
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awesome work--I like the "super tight" hat!

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Old 02-24-2007, 12:50 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by PCwombat
I LOVE the Jayne hat. The first hat I made was one.

I also really like the colors of your other hat. What kind of yarn is it?
Thanks .. I actually did what the instructions suggested.. Red heart yarn gold, ranch red, and carrot. I had asked my brother whether he would prefer "good" yarn, or an authentic 'crappy' look.... he wanted authentic so I was happy to go with red heart... I actually surpised at how much I like it. In fact, Im wearing the first one now... did most of his last night (with the sizing corrections).

And birdy... I think our cats would have fun. Im surprised you cats have no knitted items!... my cats always get my cast offs (back in my crochet days too when I was just swatching to check out new yarns)...but I guess that has to do with my aversion to frogging
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Old 02-24-2007, 12:53 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by jeanius80
great FO's. i was thinking that maybe instead of adding stitches, you could go up one or two sizes with your needles to make a looser stitch :D
hehe I could do that... but I like the tight look... that and the fact that Im just building my needle collection and the size 11's I bought for htis hat are the biggest I have (I hate big needles... at least big straight needles... I dont mind big cicular ones that much)

Originally Posted by landolphe
Great hats!

Have you been working in the round, on circular needles?

Circular totally! When I found out I could make a hat using only a knit stitch and not having to turn my work, I totally jumped on that !... with my first hat I had to move to DPNs at the end...but its not necessary with the jayne hat because it doesnt decrease so much

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Old 02-24-2007, 01:05 PM   #14
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Excellent work and CAYUTE babycat. I love cuddly babycats like that.

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Old 02-25-2007, 04:54 PM   #15
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LOL very nice yea my cat does the same thing at least yours doesnt like to put it in its mouth so when you get to knit that part of the yarn its nice and wet. EWW I hate that.
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