Well, it's another hat. This will be sent to Tucson with the Tucson Saguaro hat for some close friends there.
Based on my Tucson Saguaro cap theme, I did up this Rocky Mountain beanie for my cousin's daughter whose first birthday party is today!
A few days ago I posted about the "failed" Green Lantern cap...
Well, a friend of mine wanted a "Green Lantern" super hero beanie, so I worked on one and it was a little too big (I thought).
Okay, she obviously does because she published "Son of Stitch'n Bitch", there are pictures of men knitting at Stitch'n Bitch groups in her books, there's that guy on the cover of "Stitch'n Bitch Natio
I haven't read anything by Joel Derfner before, but this book, to be published next May, might be a fun and interesting read.
LOOK WHO'S KNITTING - NO LONGER AFRAID TO ADMIT IT, MEN ARE TAKING UP NEEDLES AND YARN
Boston Globe, The (MA)
January 31, 2002
Linda Matchan, Globe Staff
Section: Life At Home
I finished off the cotton hat, knitted on size 1 needles. It was going to be way too big, but a wash and dry seemed to help out a bit.
So I had some time before class the other night (and we were meeting in the library)... I decided to browse the "TT 819s" to see what they had on knitting.
I first wanted to say that a few of us from MWK here in Denver got together on Saturday for about 2 hours and, in my opinion, had a really great time.