Hats off

I loved the hat that Linda from class knitted and thought it would be perfect for Mum.  So I downloaded the pattern from Ravelry (the Knit Night Hat), grabbed out the left over yarn from Mum’s pink jumper, set to and had it knitted in a couple of evenings.  I was sure I’d taken a photo of it to show you, but I’ve just looked everywhere and it’s nowhere to be seen.  Sorry.

However, I had bought some more yarn and knitted Mum another one while we were away, and here ’tisWith morning temps at close to zero and several days not getting to double digits, the hats were very welcome for Mum to keep her head warm.  The only day she didn’t wear one was in Swan Hill when the temperature got to a staggering 23 degrees!  The warmth was most welcome (probably won’t be saying that in a couple of months’ time!)

Meredithe x

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3 Responses to Hats off

  1. Helen F says:

    Bet Ma loves it as it was knitted with “love” x

  2. Hats are very welcome in cold weather, and with a pink one to match her jumper and a stripy one for other occasions, your Mum is well set-up to deal with it!

  3. Kathleen Clarke says:

    Thank you I am looking for a hat pattern suitable for my son in Perth and our little family in London. My two granddaughters want some beanies Many, many thanks for updates, I look forward to seeing what you are up to Meredithe

    Kind regards Kathleen

    Kathleen B Clarke Sunthausen PO Box 607 Lyndoch South Australia 5351 Sent from my iPhone


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