Though, honestly, it looks like a mushroom, probably because of the color I chose.
|Lots of ribbing and then garter stitch.|
It's NOT knit in the round, but back and forth
on straight US6, with worsted.
I had a full skein of Bernat Waverly, an acrylic I love because it's soft and knits up smoothly. The color is Bark. You'll need about 3-3.5 oz for the hat, in worsted.
|After the decreases are finished (for the crown)|
then the remaining needles are placed half on each needle.
Kitchener stitch is used to join the edges.
I can now log YAH (Yet Another Hat) onto my Christmas knitting list. And just about the time I thought the list was ending, I discovered two more hat recipients. More StashBuster projects.
I am thankful I can knit. I'm grateful for yarn, whether natural fiber or acrylic.
Mostly I am thankful for the abundance which surrounds my life.