The Curse of the Moss Green Hat

Last winter I knitted myself a bubbly moss green hat, something like that. I guess I never got round to posting it on my blog, as I managed to lose it. I guess I left it in a taxi, but the taxi company never managed to find it.

moss green vol 2

But I still had some of that yarn left, so one evening, on the side of red wine and discussions about the Kurdish situation in Turkey, I knit myself a new one, using this pattern as inspiration. And the next day it was perfect colourful autumn weather, so I managed to take a phone-photo of the hat.

Unfortunately, my joy (and warm head) was short-lived. On Thursday I went to a cafe with that hat. But somehow ended up reaching home without it. I  tried to find it, but no luck 😦

I still have some of that yarn left, but maybe the universe is trying to tell me something… maybe I should start working on an orange hat instead…

Pink Bubbles

I have been away from my needles too long… But as more and more snow is falling down from the sky, I have less and less enthusiasm to go outdoors. Don’t get me wrong, I love snow. I just adore gazing into the winter wonderland from my sofa while holding on to a cup of tea with ginger and my needles.

IMG_9097 I have a good friend who shares my feelings for the cold outdoors. However, she just moved to spend the winter in a much colder town.  So, I decided she deserves something pink and bubbly for Christmas.

It is ok to publish the work in progress here – the set will hardly be a surprise. Actually, I knitted most of the hat while a consuming gallons of tea and watching a Hot in Cleveland marathon with her.

And back to my needles I go, I have a lot of things to finish for the holidays!