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Wednesday, April 25, 2007

More cables

Just wanted to share a pic of my hat... this Ariel Hat is supposed to go with my Ariel Scarf. Pooh bear is getting a break from modeling. :-)

That's all for now. Time for bed...


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Becca said...

Well, much as I adore Pooh bear, the hat looks great on you. I really like that one! It looks very warm and chunky. In a good way.

Lisa W. said...

What a great hat/scarf set. I love the lines...very stylish!
so sorry to hear about your housing deal. so frustrating for your family.

LibbyKnitKins said...


I've been thinking of you lately and hoping that everything is going well with the upcoming dr apts.


Anonymous said...

I can relate to your housing situation, I am dealing with something similar myself - truly a nightmare.

I am continually impressed with your work and patterns, I use them all the time. I ust sent a bundle of cloths to my mother and she loved them as well (although I am sure more because I made them than becasue of your beautiful patterns! haha)
I am currentl working on a blanket using your hobby horse pattern - seaming, ouch.

My reason for this comment is this - I am having trouble downloading your Ariel hat pattern. Any suggestions? this may be your best hat yet!


p.s. you will be happy to know I made a couple of your hats - one of which kept my head toasty warm while skiing in colorado this spring, and a couple of others went to a new chemo patient who immediately donned the cable hat exclaiming "this one is so cute, its my favourite!!" kudos to you for your patterns!