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I did a small project for an acquaintance. Patty's son has wanted a "Link Hat" for several years. He grew up playing all of the Nintendo "Zelda" games, but his mother couldn't ever find the hat.
Very reluctantly modeled by my son. ("Do NOT photograph my face!") I should've named
the photo, "Sh*! my mother makes me do." Once the ASJ and Wallaby are done, I'll get
back to my Citron Shawl, fingerless gloves and others.
Have a wonderful holiday season!
This is the "Perfect Beret" I did for myself from David Simpon's Green Dragon Yarn.
The fiber is phenomenal and his colors are mouthwatering!
I used "Dark Fantasy" yarn from Backstitches for this hat and to be honest, I didn't like it as well as the "Loops & Threads" I used for the last hat. The Fantasy is too fine, too split-able and it doesn't want to retain the shape as well as the Michaels brand.
Next up: A plum colored wrap, a third (and final) Deadfish Hat for my five year old nephew and the start of the Great American Aran Afghan (I'm using, naturally, Ann McCauley's pattern first). Yes'm...big case of start-itis now.