Tried to make a pompom but didn’t pull tight enough, and tbqh didn’t have enough of the blue. But a soft and comfy hat nonetheless.
author: Sarah Gailey
average rating: 3.85
book published: 2020
date added: 2020/03/07
It’s like all the Western movies I watched with mom when I was a kid, but post-apocalyptic(ish) and fiercely queer. Also a very fast read, which honestly is kind of nice, I finished it in a single sitting.
This project was much more enjoyable than I expected, although it was not at ALL a project I could travel with. Instead it was good for sitting and listening to a podcast or watching a movie. After about the first 3 or 4 repeats I even figured out the rhythm so I didn’t have to look up the pattern, though I did have to count every single row.
Total number of feathers: 21, with probably not quite enough yarn for a 22nd.
December 28, 2019
10 rows ribbing for wrist
November 30, 2019
Turns out, I missed an entire repeat of the pattern (on the wrist end) and did the palm in 1×1 ribbing instead of stockinette. Still think they’ll be ok tho.
(also using a mystery rainbow fingering-weight yarn)
I kinda messed up the last stitch of the round for a couple of inches, ended up with a double-column of what looks like the knit stitch of the brioche ribbing.
But I do appreciate the simplicity and clarity of explanation on this pattern — it’s been a few years, and this time I did NOT struggle with brioche stitch!
November 29, 2019
Total project weight 68g
Height 8.5 in (unblocked)