The Foliage hat that I showed I frogged and why:
Not truly a hat, but hat like in keeping your head warm, by keeping your ears warm. I know a college girl in the family that loves pink and will wear this in style. ;-)
|Pattern: Bow Headband, yarn Cascade 220, pink|
|Left is Vine Lace Baby Hat and Swirl Hat|
Michelle had drawn my name from her Breast Walk that we participated in a couple years ago and sent me a skein of Dream in Color Starry in the Night Watch colorway. I had tried making some Viper Pilot socks out of it. Oh my! That pattern is very brain intensive. I was watching Storybrooke and like a lot of knitters loved Mary Margaret's Tam. So decided to use this for the pattern.
I still had yarn leftover, enough for another tam. So I knit up this one:
|Pattern: Springtime in Philadelphia|
I'm officially at ten hats completed. I don't count frogging a complete hat as one. I hope to get another hat or two done in the next few weeks. One of them might even be a Ravellenic Game hat.