I have dipped into my collection of Palette, and now it is no longer complete. On the other hand, Mike now has a hat.
This is the Andean Chullo Hat from Knitpicks, and it is all I can do not to order the kit (now on sale!) to replenish my stash. I fulled it in the drier after I washed it, as Mike didn’t want it too floppy. Also, the fulling makes it a little thicker, the better with which to keep out the wind.
I asked Andy if he would like one, and who wouldn’t want to have one of these?
No thank you, he says. He would prefer a plain grey ribbed toque. No turn-up cuff, no pattern, no colour, no texture. This sounds like a project for someone else to knit.
So, after a two week fibre hiatus due to Christmas and a killer cold, I seem to have recovered. I have to say that this Christmas was awesome. Mike really surprised me with gifting, we had good food, we had time with family (although we are looking forward to sharing Christmas next year with the Calgary Contingent, including our grand-daughter, who will be 9 months old by then. Yikes!), and the weather has been unseasonably mild. While others may worry about why it’s so warm with no snow, I have come to understand that I can do nothing about it, so I am enjoying the weather while I can. (It’s a lot easier to be understanding about the weather since we are heading south at the end of next week, so it can get as cold as it wants here any time until the end of February.)
Next time- I show you what arrived for me in the mail, and share why I should never say that I have enough hobbies already.