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Wednesday, January 6, 2016
Wishbone and Hook, Line and Sinker Hat
As I was using a bar of soap that I made several years ago, I noticed a design embedded in the soap. The design is a wishbone. Can you see it?
I just finished making a hat for my son. It was made with a Noro Rainbow Roll that changed colors as I knit. I used straight needles instead of the circular needles. I planned to embellish the seam decoration more, but I think it is fine the way it is. I crocheted the seam together on the inside and crocheted around the bottom edge and along the side of the seam on the outside. I think it turned out real cute and can be worn by anyone young at heart. The pattern is Hook, Line and Sinker by Sharyn Anhalt.