Early Morning Knitting

It's finally fall here; cool and crisp. Which means perfect knitting weather.

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I took advantage of the opportunity to knit the ribbing for yet another hat. This is Thea Coleman's new Rob Roy pattern, knit in Elliebelly's Lyric Worsted in the Catherine, Are You Weeping colorway. I'm ready to start the cable charts and really looking forward to it!

Thea is using pattern sales to make donations to a charity that serves girls. The pattern was gifted to me by a Ravelry friend and I'd like to pay that forward, so leave a comment below if you're interested in knitting the pattern and I'll randomly pick someone to gift it to at the end of the weekend.

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I was grateful for the company of my knitting buddy, Wingus The Cat, this morning. He loves my project bag from Fringe Supply and tries to climb inside every chance he gets. But he's still good knitting company and I'm glad to have the ribbing finished. Happy Saturday y'all!


6 thoughts on “Early Morning Knitting

  1. I’ve been eying this pattern since it went live. And some perfect yarn arrived in yesterday’s mail.
    Thanks, Denise

  2. Your posts are so inspiring. This hat seems like the perfect kick starter to the cold weather season. Can’t wait for your yarn to come back again so I can try it out too!!!

  3. Love that pattern! Can’t wait to see your all done! Your lil knitting buddy looks to be contemplating getting in your bag. 🙂

  4. You’ve only done the ribbing at I already want to wear that beautiful hat and never take it off! Great job. I guess I’ll have to knit my own.

  5. Gorgeous colour for your hat. I would love to knit it, it is very stylish. I could knit a few for a charity who gives them to homeless people, it’s cold here (Quebec) in winter.

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