Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Yarn Along




I have been working on samples for my class.  I wanted to come up with a few projects that they could complete at a beginner level in a 4 week period.  This is the hat.  I just have to finish writing the pattern.  All easy stuff.  The first session is over and everyone who was available signed up for the second session.  So I believe it went well.

I have some socks I need to complete on a deadline and once those are finished.... I have no idea what I want to work on next.  A shawl for sure - but which one?  Heaven knows I have plenty of yarn in the cabinet.

What are you working on these days?

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13 comments:

elizabeth said...

cute hat! what a great project for the students!

Carole Julius said...

That's a great beginner hat. Cat included for scale? LOL

mamasmercantile said...

A beautiful colour of yarn, a hat is always a good starter.

Lisa said...

I've seen a picture of your yarn cabinet...yes, you do have plenty to choose from! Glad your class has gone so well, Donna. :)
xo

Mama Gone Green said...

I love the cat bonus! My cats always want to sneak into my yarn along photos.

Tracey ~ Clover said...

What a sweet wee hat, are you going to publish the pattern? I would love to knit a few too.

Eileen said...

Great hat, and wonderful color! Glad the class is going well.

Linda said...

oh that kitty in the picture is so cute! The hat is too! Now a cat in the hat - well, priceless....

Linda in VA

Caroline said...

What a great hat - sounds like the class was a smash hit! The cat really makes the photo :-)

flyingjen said...

I'm impressed you are teaching a class. I'm not sure I have the patient or the know how to do that. Cute hat and it would make a new knitter glad to make!

Cheryl said...

Nice hat and a great beginner project. Better than the first project I was given at 7 years old at school. A dish cloth in garter stitch. Ah well, it didn't put me off for ever. Do I take it the cat was not impressed?

Chrisknits b said...

Love the color!!! I think hats are a great start. They learn decreases, dpns or magic loop, and get a quick item with little effort.

karen said...

I know you are a perfect teacher, because you are a fabulous knitter. Lovely green hat and a perfect intro to knitting!!

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