Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Basic oops

Here is the basic cabled rib hat:
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As you can see, it's too small even for a 2-year-old. What went wrong, you ask? Oh nothing. I just didn't check my gauge. Yes, I'd rather not talk about it.

In other news, my husband took me out on a date this weekend, and we ended up at one of our favorite stores, Barnes & Nobel. This might have followed me home:
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It's hilarious, and if you haven't read it yet, you should.

Also, this came in the mail yesterday:
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I'm a natural fiber kind of person, so it's almost horrific looking to me, but I couldn't really resist the offer of free fiber, novelty plastic or not. Mr A thinks it's delightful, and calls it blue hair. Blue hair is right. What do you dare me to do with it?


Mouse said...

I'm so baffled by the directions to this hat.. yours looks normal, so I'm wondering what you did. The directions say to "C6F" cable 6 to the front.. um.. ?? I have no idea what those directions really mean, and haven't found errata anywhere. Your cables look like you slipped 3 stitches to the cable needle, knit 3, then knit 3 off the cable needle.. is that what you did? I'm so lost... help please!!

Sarah said...



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