Hope all of you've been having a wonderful stitching season so far. This time of the year, some of you are heading to hot and steamy days while the others are moving toward chilly days. Wherever you are I hope you keep being inspired and stitching on. You know, stitching a few rows a day could take you far away. The more often you grab your needles and hooks the better you get. It is a pretty known fact among stitchers so keep knitting and crocheting.
Whether you're heading to cold or hot, knitting small accessories wouldn't hurt you. I am a huge sucker for hats (both making and wearing) so I am working on one or two hats all the time. Hat knitting is my version of sock knitting, I can proudly say! Hats are not only practical, but also such an easy trick to upgrade your plain outfit. If you're looking for some handy solution for expanding your wardrobe you should look for hat patterns first. There are so many easy, simple, quick and free patterns to jazz up your daily outfit.
Today, I am introducing super super fun hat! I've been working on this hat last few days with other big projects. If you're intrigued by the airy laces don't panic. The pattern is so~ intuitive that you don't really have to invest big time to memorize it. Basically 2 rows of repetition would do the job.
Originally I chose this hat since I wanna show off a bit feminine look in this coming fall but as many of you who have followed me while already know my hubby is addicted to hats, too. Once he saw this hat instantly requested for it. Well, I can't deny it. It looks great on him. I've never thought the elegant, lacey hat would go with my man though. Certainly it makes him look pretty hip! I might have to yield the hat to my hubby again.
Back to the business, this is an awesome hat to wear from fall to spring. Yes, you're right! That's almost a three quarter of a year! Pretty cool, right? Whether you wanna stay warm or stylish it would do the fantastic job. I also love the complicated-looking texture. It looks absolutely fabulous but you know, I never share overly hardcore patterns with you. As I said many times the pattern is so~ darn simple. You will be surprised! If you've knit hats a few times already you will finish this in a few hours. BTW, if you're interested in more simple accessory knits check out this interesting cowl
. You might wanna make at least 3 in this fall!
So, here's your turn. What kind of accessories are you making recently? Anything in hat-department?