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My road to crafting began with a basic need to clothe my children. Armed with a sewing machine and a few basic unisex patterns, I started sewing. From there I discovered that I could actually ...
My road to crafting began with a basic need to clothe my children. Armed with a sewing machine and a few basic unisex patterns, I started sewing. From there I discovered that I could actually crochet and watch tv at the same time. It really maximized my relaxation time. Some years ago, I decided that I wanted to learn to knit. Being able to access the internet, I was able to teach myself. No one told me that I was supposed to start with something easy like a plain scarf. So I dived right in with a pair of socks. Talk about sweating bullets! I shed many a tear over that pair of socks but I got through them! I haven't stopped knitting since. Besides being able to sew, crochet, and knit, I also make jewelry and paint.View all patterns by designer (9) »
I wanted to make a hat that required NO Thinking! A lot of the joy of knitting is to be able to sort out the world's problems while my hands move absently to create something beautiful and useful. It's almost impossible to get to that mindless knitting point when you're throwing out cables or yarn overs. So here it is, a project that requires little to no thinking. So go ahead and sort your other problems out while knitting this cap.
65 yards of Chunky weight