Sunday, March 24, 2013

Rainbow Ridge Beanie...

 
hello...
 
yesterday was a day full of stitches...
today, not a stitch has been knit
but as promised
i have a beanie to show you.
 
 
i loved knitting up this wool
'cos it was never the same blend of colour.
sometimes more solid
sometimes tweedy
but always an interesting and delectable colour combination,
carefully thought out.
 
 
 
it isn't the easiest yarn to knit.
it's very soft and very light
&
on 5.5mm needles, quite loosely woven.
 
 
 
the fibre itself is 50% wool and 50% acrylic
and is marketed 'splendour' by lincraft.
they recommend a cool machine wash
but it's probably just as easy to wash by hand.
 
 
 
although it looks baggy on ted
i think next time i'll add a bit more length
for more slouch.
 
this morning
going to church was the event of the morning...
this afternoon
i'm just about to get changed and go for a swim,
the heat and humidity
are at human melting point!
 
take care and have fun!
 
 
naturally Carol xox
 
 
 
 


17 comments:

  1. It's beautiful. I love the wool. It reminds me of that German sock wool which I am hoping to get my mum to knit for me :)
    Here's to a good week ahead x

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  2. Very Pretty Beanie Carol...I should get the Needles Out!
    Cheers

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  3. Love the photo of Ted. Pretty beanie! ...but sounds like you'll have to wait a little while before it is cold enough to use it. Jillxx

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  4. That's adorable, Carol. The yarn you used is very pretty.

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  5. Love the beanie, Carol! I love variegated yarns so must check that out at Lincraft next time I'm there :-) Ted looks magnificent dressed up in the scarf and beanie!

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  6. Hehehe - looks so cute on the teddy. Lovely beanie - and lovely knitting :)

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  7. Such a lovely knitted hat....and as you say the colour is just delectable! I would love some of this yarn!
    Have a wonderful week, Carol!
    Helen x

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  8. It's beautiful Carol - and looks so soft! x

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  9. So hard to imagine your heat when we have feet of snow! That lovely hat would come in handy!!

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  10. Looks good. The colours are delightful!

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  11. Hi Carol, your little beanie hat looks really good, i like the colours.
    Also like your picture at the top of your blog.
    best wishes Julie.C

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  12. I so want to learn to knit! I envy your talent! :)

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  13. Hey Carol, just wanted to let you know that I'm currently hosting a new Fitskin giveaway, open to Australian residents only and I hope you will enter! http://www.underlockandkeyblog.com/2013/03/fitskin-naturally-review-and-giveaway.htm

    Happy Easter!

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  14. Gorgeous! I love the cheery colours and it does look incredibly soft. Mel x PS Thanks so much for your well wishes too, Carol - I really appreciate it!

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  15. So very pretty!! Love the colors!! xo Heather

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i am delighted that you care enough to comment..i love to read each one of them..thank you!