Project “Crochet Butterfly Hat” (aka 1st Hat Ever) was successful. While I may be new to crocheting, I hate starting off with simple little projects. I like to think big (aka complicated) … though it may not always work out.
Still working on my first project where I’ve been teaching myself to crochet. I am halfway done the afghan and have 25 more granny squares to go. *sigh* But I thought I’d share this hat which didn’t take me too long to make.
I can’t wait for more fun projects! Thanks to Ravelry for all the fun ideas!
Two years ago I published my first knitting pattern on Ravelry. I just discovered that at least three other folks have knitted my Chowder Hat, and that makes me happy.
I’m about to delete my LiveJournal account, and as that is where my hat knitting pattern has been hosted all this time, some changes needed to be made. So…
I created my first PDF!
The “Baalaclava” by Anne-Marie Dunbar.
I’m unlikely to ever knit this pattern, as amusing as I find it. I can only imagine two possible scenarios in which I might wish to have this on hand but I never intend to visit anyplace that cold nor do I plan on holding up a bank.