Monday, February 20, 2006

Alishar Hat on the way

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Just a little teaser of the next upcoming pattern. This first sample came out way too small, but I've started another. I'll be keeping the effect on top, though, because I think it's pretty cool.

Not a lot of other news to report. It's cold cold cold here. I awoke to a pleasant surprise: temperature at +10 F at 7 a.m. That's about 28 degrees warmer than it was two days ago at the same time of day.

We all seem to be recovering from our tummy bugs. Thank goodness!

Not much else to report right now. Some boring socks are almost done. They're so routine, they don't even count. Time to bring some projects out of hibernation.

Later
Just found this little bit of fun:Make your own tartanImage hosting by Photobucket
This is my first effort. Give it a whirl!

8 comments:

Becky in Iowa :O) said...

The hat is so pretty. You always do such a great job though.

Anonymous said...

I am waiting with much anticipation for your latest hat pattern. I've already made 3 hats using your other patterns. I made the jester hat for a co-worker, but I made it with stripes. I made the ball on top, but inserted a jingle bell. He loved it. Keep the hat patterns coming.
Thanks,
Cathy

Wendy said...

I love the way that hat comes to a close. I just wish I were talented enough to count stitches and finish the thing without a hitch! It's so nice, as usual!

Terby said...

I agree that the decreases make a very cool effect. Nicely done. Glad you're feeling better, too.

Laura said...

I love the construction of the hat. I'm so happy to see a hat pattern that isn't like any other.

helen said...

oh elizabeth! i cannot wait to see the finished hat. it looks simply divine!

as for the temps, i agree. yesterday was about 13 here as well, and that was 15 degrees warmer than it has been. supposed to hit zero friday night. brrrr

Jenny said...

What a great hat! I might actually be capable of making that now!

Margot said...

LOVE the hat! The decreases are ingenious. I didn't think I needed a new hat, but maybe I do...