Sunday, November 4, 2012

snowbound



 



a cute new hat pattern! the snöflinga
found here (thank you jenny)
knit in shelter 100% american wool
colorway - snowbound
this hat is brooklyn bound!
ravelry notes here

xxx lori

31 comments:

  1. Lovely and the perfectly placed bobbles are cute!

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  2. This is a beautiful hat! You look lovely in it. I am sure the recipient in Brooklyn will be over the moon.

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  3. those little balls are snoflings which is another word for snowflakes? very nice! this looks so fab on you, are you sure you it belongs in brooklyn? may you should wear it to brooklyn? and of course, wear it to breakfast so i'll know it's you :^)

    love
    love
    kj

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  4. Super cute my dear Lori, but I miss seeing your smile in the photos!

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  5. such cute construction with those bobbles!

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  6. love the hat, but even the table cloth!!!!
    xxx Alessandra

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  7. Adorable!! I love it. It's so cute and I adore that grey.

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  8. very lovely, that yarn looks so soft and snuggly!

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  9. beautiful hat! You did a great job. I'll look into the pattern if I would succeed too...

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  10. Are you going to your daughter? I have been thinking about her during Sandy.....
    Nice hat you made perfect for a NY visit ;)

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    1. not yet marianne, just the hat is going to the city!

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  11. I love it! I won't be able to get the yarn here, but I'll adapt something...

    Penny
    x

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    1. most any worsted weight will do, 4.5 - 5 sts. per inch :)

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  12. Lori, that hat is so perfectly knit...Bravo! I love the reverse rows that make the defining ridges. The Shelter yarn is a great choice for this design, too.

    NYC is coming back little by little, although there are some areas so devastated that "coming back" must be a foreign expression to the folks whose homes were destroyed.

    Best wishes to you and yours. xo

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  13. perfect color!

    safe travels sweet lori :)

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  14. It's lovely! Your knit work is always so beautiful! Best wishes, Tammy

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  15. I really like that hat! It is especially nice as it bears a swedish name!
    Do you really need a hat like that in California??
    Karin-Ida

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    1. i loved the swedish name karin-ida! it does really get cold in california, but this hat is going to my daughter in nyc. :)

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  16. Such a lovely hat, Lori! We are already needing our hats on here in the UK as it is becoming very cold. Your knitting is always so beautiful and inspiring :)
    Helen x

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  17. I know I'm supposed to be talking about your totally rad hat, but I loooooove your sailboat tablecloth. Love vintage linens..

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  18. Mmm, that looks awfully cozy! :)

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  19. Hii Lori!
    Have I told you I think you have a beautiful hair! And what an adorable hat.
    I also enjoy looking at your cozy corner with all the amazing vintage findings!
    Have a great day!

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  20. Lovely hat, Lori! She's going to need it. It was COLD here this morning in MD. I'm glad I brought my few remaining plants in off the deck otherwise they would be popsicles! I love the tablecloth, too. :)) xox

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  21. such a cute hat!!! and it looks warm and practical, too!!!

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  22. Love the hat, and the colour, it looks kinda vikingish!, think it might be the bobbles!

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  23. What a sweet knitted hat - my knitting needles have been laid aside too long as quilting took over...after the holidays, I will get reacquainted and download the hat pattern...just love it!

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xoxo lori