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Monday, May 30, 2005

FO 2005-14: Cross-Country Chullo

Yarn: Jaeger Matchmaker Merino 4ply, color = 741 & 743
Needles: 2X Addi Turbo 3.0mm circular needles
Pattern: Cross-Country Chullo, Knitty Winter 2004

Blocking this was a breeze! I used a steamer, the kind you can get at luggage and travel stores. I put an oven mit on my hand inside the hat and steamed away. The bumps and wrinkles smoothed out instantly, and the hat was dry and ready to go.

Go where? In storage. It's 75 degress outside. But it sure will look good on the slopes in 6 months.

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  • wow, it looks great! haven't even started mine yet. but i have hope now. good job!

    By Anonymous jeni, at 5/30/2005 5:00 PM  

  • Beautiful job - the fair isle looks fantastic! I covet this hat.

    By Blogger Ilona, at 5/30/2005 5:13 PM  

  • Thanks! I haven't seen either of you in so long. Any plans to stop by SnB in the near future?

    Also, I must confess that Chullo isn't in storage, I've been wearing it for most of the afternoon. 75 degrees isn't that hot. lol

    By Blogger Bogie, at 5/30/2005 5:28 PM  

  • I love the colors you chose for Chullo. It turned out so well!

    By Blogger goodkarma, at 5/30/2005 6:37 PM  

  • So what do you think? still too big? It looks great. :)

    By Blogger Abigail, at 5/30/2005 8:24 PM  

  • Nice hat! The colors look great. And 75 degrees with a slight breeze...right? That's cool enough for Chullo! ;)

    ~ Christina

    By Blogger Christina, at 5/30/2005 11:53 PM  

  • Wow - what a great hat!! The colors are beautiful - makes me want to learn fair isle. Nice work!

    By Anonymous Becky, at 5/31/2005 3:02 PM  

  • Jeez, kid, you are one prolific knitter. The hat & shawl look great. --Big sis

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5/31/2005 6:45 PM  

  • I love the hat. Beautiful work.

    By Blogger Tess, at 6/01/2005 10:13 AM  

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