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113: Chai

I picked up this skein of yarn at Ginger Twist Studio at the Indie Burgh Yarn Crawl 2016 and knew I would use it for a Tea Collection hat – especially as I purchased a hard copy of the Tea Collection at the same time! 50 more words

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112: Simple DK Hat

After the marathon of Hapisk I needed a quick gratification project, so I cast on a simple DK hat in WYS Aire Valley. The yarn is so pretty and I couldn’t decide what to do with it, so when the idea of a vanilla hat came to me I knew it would work really well with the colours. 44 more words

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111: Hapisk

This knit was a marathon. A true marathon. I did it as part of the Bookofhapsalong and the hapsarehappeningkal and had a deadline. I moved house in the middle of it, went on holiday and also ran out of yarn a couple of times and had to order more from Shetland, the full notes are on Ravelry. 91 more words

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109 & 110: Horseshoe Grove

My first true pick-a-stitchdesign-a-crown design! I am so, so proud of this hat. I picked up some Tamar from Blacker Yarns at Edinburgh Yarn Festival and didn’t know what to do with it. 110 more words

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108: Snell

This pattern had been on my radar for a while and I had some stash yarn I knew I was going to use with it. I finally found the time to cast it on and it flew off the needles. 65 more words

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107: Crofthoose Hat

This was another Shetland Wool Week pattern which I managed to pick up at Edinburgh Yarn Festival. It’s so cute, I love it! Again, like the Baa-ble Hat, I knit this using Shetland yarn. 81 more words

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106: Frances Herself

I bought the yarn for this specific pattern at Edinburgh Yarn Festival. The yarn is absolutely gorgeous, so lustrous and soft. It does slide around the needles so you need to be careful it doesn’t slip off but it’s absolutely stunning once you’ve finished. 55 more words

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