28 December 2010


A few months ago I won a give away from Ulla's blog in the north of Sweden.
Nice knitting yarn which was a left over from mittens she had knitted for herself.
  It was Marks&Kattens ECO baby ull. Warm and soft.
Ulla wrote that it should be more than enough for an other pair of mittens.
Now I had time to knit the mittens.
 I used an easy pattern which you can find on www. redheart.com.
When the mittens were ready there was much yarn left, so I decided to knit a hat to go with the mittens: the republic hat. Pattern on Raverly.
 Ofcourse I had to change the amount of stitches but that was not a problem.
On the Republic hat is a large button on the slip on the edge. I didn't have a large button.
 Instead I crocheted a rose from the leftover yarn.
 It is a bit '20 look now but I like it. Warm over the ears :)
My model is a flowerpot ;-) I couldn't make a photo of myself with the hat and the mittens on.
Thanks again Ulla, now you can see the result :-D


hannie said...

Dat heb je weer mooi voor elkaar Ati! Wat een prachtige hoed. Ook mijn lievelingsmode die uit de twintiger jaren!

Norma Soulet (AZArtist) said...

Hi Ati,
Love the knitted mittens and hat.
Your fabric pages are lovely too. Love the whimsical bird one. :) So many lovely ideas.


T's Daily Treasures said...

Nice work. They turned out lovely and will be nice and warm. Best wishes, Tammy

desertskyquilts said...

I love the 20s look of it! That's always in, anyway. What a great look that is. High fashion for the cold.