How much for the one in the middle - kind of whitish oatmeal color fleck with the cable. I LOVE it. Seriously, make me one and I'll buy it.Have you thought of selling them on Etsy.com?
I like the black one... And how long do they take to make? Can you knit logos yet (Philadelphia Eagles would be a great first one to learn.. hint, hint)?Anyway, they are good looking knit caps. Where I grew up in North Carolina, we called them toboggans... I still get made fun of for calling these hats toboggans....
NICE!!!!!!!!!!! I have a little hand knitted black and white cap someone gave me to go with their version of the black and white Dr. Who scarf they gave me. I use both every time it's cool enough (about two or three days a year) but couldn't find the cap this winter. Dangit!What a great project! People sell this kind of stuff on Etsy. Do you? This is one of my favorite Etsy sellers: http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=27707 I SO wish I could knit! Your stuff is awesome! All three in the trio shot are beautiful, I'd happily own and wear any of them!
I am very impressed! They look great. I agree with the previous comments: you should try to sell them.
Winter time is a great time for knitting. Your hats look great.
What a surprise I' m impressed! All caps are looking perfect. In Bavaria we don't need a hat. We have 15 + and a lot of sun, unusual. But in February I'll come back and if you miss a hat, I' ll wear it, because Winter will come back. I' m sure. Have a good Sunday
those are so cute! you need to open an etsy shop girl! i will buy one, and one for my kid.
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