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For 30 years, I've been a Graphic Designer/Illustrator by day, and a Fiber Artist by night. (Sometimes very late at night.) I'm a self taught fiber nut. I love to invent techniques and create my own ...
For 30 years, I've been a Graphic Designer/Illustrator by day, and a Fiber Artist by night. (Sometimes very late at night.) I'm a self taught fiber nut. I love to invent techniques and create my own designs.
Knitting takes me away from the computer world but gives me a never ending media to learn and create. Each of my patterns have a little challenge to them. But don't worry, I have a list of "techniques used", so you know what you'll be getting into right away. Remember it's a crazy hat, people will be too busy "Rolling on the Floor Laughing" to notice if there's a few technical flaws.
Contact me with questions because I love to talk about my hats. Add my site to your favorites as I develop new animal designs.
!!! Not a Knitter but just got to have one. Contact me with your request and I'll knit it for you. Got a request for a specific animal, give me 6-8 weeks and let me see what I can come up with.
If you wish to buy a ready made hat or place a custom order, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will list a custom order for you. Knitted hats vary in price from $50 - $75 plus $10 Shipping.
Monkey Business is required with this hat. A simple hat with plenty of personality. The i-cord tail winds around to follow behind. The eye lashes make it look like a girl, but try one without and see how much it changes the personality.
The point of the nose on the hat, has only 8 rows of 2 Color Stranding. This is good for a beginner looking for a little challenge to learn something new. Don't worry I have instructions and included links to videos to help with the tricky stuff.
The yarn is inexpensive, easy to substitute and available at most craft stores. So you can make plenty as gifts that everyone will ROFL for.
ROFL (Roll On the Floor Laughing) is my mission in knitting.
Stockinet Stitch: 1 inch = 4 st x 6 rows