Monday, February 25, 2008

Look Over There! It's a Contest!

Hey peeps! There's a super easy contest going on over at Knittingal's blog. Leave a comment and link to the contest.

I finally picked up the lace again and I'm on the 27th repeat. No need for a new picture, it's scarcely any longer than the last one. I did finish the hat, though! I forgot! =)


I've dubbed it my "I See Stars" hat - You know, like in the cartoons when the stars circle their heads because of an anvil or bat =)) wa ha

I think I'll make another, and write out the pattern. Yaay a pattern ala e'moi (is that right?)

and just for laughs:


9 comments:

Dreams of Yarn said...

I like the hat! did you stitch on that pattern after the fact?

Chris said...

I love the hat. You are very talented. Can't wait for the pattern. Plan to do hats-scarves and mittens for
Christmas gifts for grandkids this year. I know your lace is gorgeous. I just can't get the hang of it and don't seem to have enough patience. I am doing the misty garden scarf now from "Scarf Style"

Kelly O said...

Cute hat, but even cuter is the little boy in the hat! Can't wait to see the pattern, I may knit one up for a little boy of my own.

Sicko was pretty good. I did not make it through 911 either. Michael Moore does wonderful job showing so many sides of the health care system and comparing different countries to one and another. The movie is both disturbing and educational, it will make you think.

Robin said...

Love the hat...that's such a hilarious picture! You have a comedian on your hands!

dyedinthewool said...

Love the hat (and the comedy photo); it's cute and has a funny idea behind the name - essential in a hat, in my opinion! :)

midgeling said...

The hat came out so cute! I can't make pompoms to save my life, lol. Mine are always all lopsided. I learned to make knitted bobble things from a Vivian Hoxbro book instead.

And yeah - if Willy Wonka made yarn, you BET I would eat it, lol!

Emma of Flitwick said...

I love the hat both on and off the model! What a cutie. I would love to knit that hat. Let me know when the pattern is available!

dropstitchknitter said...

Love that hat! And love that face your little one is making!

Tracy said...

Love the kid and the hat. Precious.