11 New Skull Caps Finished

Hey guys!!!! Been awhile since I posted. Hope you are all doing well. I've been knitting up a storm here lately. I have finished 3 scarfs this month and working on my fourth. I also just posted 11 new skull caps on my website. I thought you might all like to see them. They are somewhat a little unusual so take a look and let me know what you think of them. You can see them on this page...... http://www.sleepyroot.com/skullcapsbrandnew.php

There are several pictures with different views of each cap. You'll have to click on the little photo buttons to see the different pictures.

Comments

kiwiknitter's picture

I really like the rainbow and the muted citrus hats. The knitting wool made a "blotchy" instead of stripey pattern and I think that's such a great look. I can't find any variegated wools to do that.

My knitting is totally tubular!

Never trust a man who, when left alone in a room with a tea cozy, doesn't try it on.  ~Billy Connolly

Parrot's picture

GREAT work! They all look really nice.

Doug

gaynnyc's picture

Great Hats! Hope you sell them all.

madhatter7zero's picture

Hi kiwiknitter! The yarn I used for those caps aren't made of wool. They are acylic. I know most everyone here will probably scream in shear terror when they read that I didn't use wool, but I unlike most knitters am NOT a yarn snob. I use yarns for their color more than the fiber content. So if it looks pretty I'll knit with it. I do try to use the softer acrylics so my products still come out nice. All of your comments are really appreciated.

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kiwiknitter's picture

Acrylic or no, I still thinks that hats look great! I love the feel of wool and I knit exclusively in it. I suppose it's limiting, but I want to enjoy how the wool feels between my fingers as I knit.

My knitting is totally tubular!

Never trust a man who, when left alone in a room with a tea cozy, doesn't try it on.  ~Billy Connolly