Found this while looking for beret patterns. Love the style; longer than a beanie, snug around the sides, kinda box shaped. Feminine, yet not. Am inspired to try a knittles version of this hat style. Think it would also look divine on a baby or child.
Headed off to my LYS this afternoon to look for a yarn that would be suitable for this experimental hat. After wandering the store for about an hour, fondling every yarn in sight, while eavesdropping the conversations between Mona (the owner) and her new employee. Decided it best to try my hand at dying a pale grey sock yarn with some kool-aid i have stashed in my cupboards since i couldn't find the right colour and didn't want to pay $14.95 for a skein of delicious sock yarn, really would have been worth it for the wonderful colours, but couldn't do it.Left the store with 4 skeins of yarn to add to my stash. i really do have projects planned for them....i really do.
Now onto the adventure. Here she is pre-funktified. Very nice, classic grey colours in 2 tones.
Messy, messy, pink fingers. Using a couple of syringes (with long flexible tubes on the ends) purchased for the cleaning of my print heads, i hand painted the yarn after giving it a good soak in hot water. strawberry kiwi, and cherry are my accomplices.
Here she is bubblin in my pot to set the colour in. The anticipation is too much, i had to leave the room.
Ahhh...drying in the evening sun. all patchy and tie dyed looking.
Voila, the finish skein. I can't wait to try it out. Isn't she purdy???