… I finally, finally, FINALLY finished selbu two.
(apologies for the dark photos)
According to my ravelry page, I started this hat on January 8. For a friend’s birthday in February. Hmm … all things considered, 9 months isn’t so very long to wait for hat. I did, after all, change horses in midstream, starting over with two glorious shades of Rowan felted tweed: Billberry and Ginger. Yum. It was a lovely yarn to work with, and so much better suited to stranded knitting than the sock yarn I’d chosen before.
Though I’m sheepish to admit it, part of the reason I’d been dragging my feet on finishing this particular hat was the two-color knitting. I need much more practice– my tension is wonky and I have no idea how my stitches are either loose or tight, but never nicely in between. And I am no natural-born continental knitter.
Maybe I should start in on one of Kate Davies’ incredible tams?
That will have to wait. Right now, I’m enjoying a mad rush of finishing … today’s project: knit a heel and toe for a long-lost sock. I’m feeling in a very sock kind of mood, maybe it’s time to cast on for more? I also have plans for a job-market cardigan …
At least Alice is comfy.