|Wool-mohair boucle scarf|
|Scott's super bulky hat|
Next up is a hat that is almost bulletproof. No, really, if I felted it a bit I imagine it could be used as a helmet. It's made of a strand of chunky yarn (gray) held together with a strand of wool-silk yarn (green). It's a thick hat that won't let the wind through it. Perfect for Wyoming weather. Not sure I'll knit another one like this, the super thick yarn was hard to knit with. And of course I got it done just in time for 60 degree weather. Go me.
|Eldest Child Chapeau|
What's upcoming from my little fiber arts factory? Another scarf or two in laceweight - I'm branching out! - maybe even with some lace work in it. I don't know, I'll have to play. But the next scarves will have elements of the animals pictured below - as will a mystery knitted item. Can you guess what things will be from the clues?
|Maybe in a slightly darker brown, though...|
|Wool has so many friendly faces...|
|"I'm a Special Snowflake sheep."|
|"We dare you to guess where we fit in."|