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Sprinkle hats are +3 of forcible cheer 
9th-Jan-2015 11:57 am
I really didn't want to go outside yesterday in the way-too-coldness. So I wore my sprinkle hat with the floppy pompom to make the day less grey and serious. I determined, after wearing it everywhere yesterday (and looking at it all day on my coat-tree), that there is something forcibly cheerful about that ludicrous hat.

My boss-boss really liked my hat yesterday. She was best described as "gleeful" over it. So I gave her the smaller one today for keeps. She put it on immediately and burst into grins.

9th-Jan-2015 07:40 pm (UTC)
That is beautiful!
9th-Jan-2015 08:00 pm (UTC)
Yes! I saw it at New York Sheep and Wool done in flame colors ("painted sun" - duh) and stood there drooling for a good five minutes. AmazonMink told MegKnitsALot about it...

Here's a public picture of it - http://www.knitting-delight.com/shop/images/product_images/popup_images/179_0.jpg

Edited at 2015-01-09 08:20 pm (UTC)
1st-Nov-2016 06:48 am (UTC)
Gorgeous, but I'm a bit cheap when it comes to patterns and can't quite get my mind around paying that much for a shawl pattern. If I'm going to shell out, for me it's all about the yarn, though I tend to be a very careful shopper there too.

It's killing me that Webs has a fairly well regarded cashmere going for $20/50gm right now, because I could only afford a couple hanks, but that would be enough for a shawl, but I knit myself 3 nice shawls (merino, extra fine merino, and a mid grade alpaca) this past year and haven't worn them because I run hot with my damn autoimmune crap. But it's cashmere.... *laugh*
1st-Nov-2016 09:46 am (UTC)
Yes, I agree that cashmere is amazing. I've found a couple of places that sell reclaimed sweater yarn that have cheap cashmere. You might try looking for them.
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