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Kirsten

I think it really suits you! With the bitter winter we've been having, earflaps are definitely a plus.

laurel ann

oooh, good call on the border - it turns a perfectly functional hat into a super cute and special hat!

mai

it turned out great! i love the gray and red combo. gred, if you will.
i just cast on for thorpe with some handspun yarn that was given to me as a gift! my gauge is also off, so i'll be doing extra increases as well :)

Cabbage

Cute scarf! Did you make it?

Crystal

Ugh, it's the worst trying to scavage for a couple extra yards of yarn. Nice save, though! I think it looks great even from the side :)

Naomi

That's my favorite Cascade 220 color as well! It looks lovely. :-)

Walden

I think the red contrast looks great on the hat and the hat looks good on you. :)

Danielle

I know I told you this already, but it's really cute, even if a bit small.

Carole

I think it's adorable. And now that I know how to crochet (thanks to Maryse) I can make one, too!

Nadia Lewis

Looks great! I'm buying a needle to make it today. :)

Manise

I agree with Kirsten!

Oh2122

Sometimes the oops turns out to be the best part.

I love it!

finnyknits

Ooh, I love the red trim - really cute. And I'm a big fan of combining knit and crochet, especially on edging. Such a cute hat :)

Heather

9404 will never fail you!!!

Bodil

I think it looks great on you. And perfect on a cold day.

katia

hi, just 2 words to let you know that yesterday i have recived my cozy wristlet...very cute! as i think you do not post to italy everyday...i wish you remember me ! thanks a lot
katia

gleek

very cute, caro!

tiennie

It looks great on you!

lisette

Beautiful! And the other hat is great too! Nice cable.. But the thorpe is my favorite. Great colour combination.

Ellen

Love it!

Li_B

The rate we're going here in YVR, we'll be needing hats like that soon.

Nell

Cute! Perfect use for leftover yarn.

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