Since moving, I've realized that I had an awful lot of yarn, and not many projects on the horizon. So, in order to use up some of the stash, I decided this past fall to knit up some hats - simple, basic hats. A couple of hats were given away as presents, and these are what's left. I thought about selling them on etsy, but then I thought I might have to make more, and what if I really didn't want to? I don't think I'm quite ready or motivated for an online store just yet. So, these are my stash hats:
Beethoven is wearing a hat made out of Noro's Kochoron (wool, silk and angora) , then clockwise, a hat to match my Rhinebeck scarf out of Nashua Wooly Stripes Tweed. At the front is a hat made out of Schoeller & Stahl's Zermatt (50% virgin wool, 40% Polyacryl and 10% Viscose). The next hat on the left is Malabrigo (Solymar, I think...), and another out of Noro Kochoron (a different colorway, with teal and pinks).
The hat in the front right in this picture is made out of Noro's Silk Garden:
So, that's a little of my fall/winter knitting. I have another project I'm working on for David's sister-in-law, and I'll leave that for next time. Have a great day!