...I don't want you to fall over.
I finished something! And not only did I finish something, I finished something knitterly! Does that mean I can legitimately start calling myself a knitter rather than just someone who plays at being a knitter?
Started Friday afternoon and finished today, this is a super-easy toddler beanie from Michelle at twoandsix.
It's knitted in a provisionally cast on long rectangle and joined using kitchener stitch. I've found this explanation very helpful for getting my head around this grafting technique.
It has an i-cord type of trim around the brim, and has a single seam along the top.
I like it a lot. It was quite popular with the recipient, too, who refused to take it off after I put it on her in an attempt to take some pictures. If only she would keep still!
Pattern: Pea-green Beanie by twoandsix
Yarn: Patons Wilderness in blue (about half a ball)
Time to knit: 2 days, on and off, which is considerably longer than the 2 hours it took Michelle to knit the prototype, but unbelievably fast for me!!