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keeping busy


I had to find some way to keep my knitting needles busy last night while I watched dancing with the stars, so I decided to use up that rowan ribbon twist I bought a few weeks ago at knitting arts' big sale. so I made this hat out of rowan's "big easy" pattern book. there's not much to say about it. it was the first hat I've knitted from the top down, which was kinda interesting. but, where in the world am I going to wear a wool hat with earflaps? and it kinda makes me look like I'm wearing a helmet, since my hair is so short - especially if I tie the strings under my chin. hence no picture of me wearing it. but it was fun and quick and easy to make. and I think it's kinda cute. I just have no idea what I'm going to do with it.

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