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Ripple

Monday, 19 October, 2009
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Fall is definitely in the air in North Idaho! I swear that overnight one day last week 75% of the leaves on my maple trees fell off.

Since the weather has taken a very sharp turn to the chilly (one morning I checked the temp on my way to work and it was 19 out!) I decided a hat was in order. I had almost a full skein of Wool Candy Fondant in Robin’s Egg leftover from my Mara shawl, and it was the perfect yarn to make Ripple, a new pattern by Wendy Bernard.

I’d never made a beret before, but I’m sold on them already – since finishing this hat last Friday I haven’t wanted to take it off!

HelloKnitty’s Ripple – Ravelry Link

7 Comments leave one →
  1. Monday, 19 October, 2009 1:05 pm

    Really nice beret. Love the color!

  2. Monday, 19 October, 2009 1:07 pm

    Wow! I love it! That color really pops, I like it! The foliage behind you so gorgeous too. I wish leaves turned here in Texas..but they don’t really. But the weather is in beautiful and in the lower 70s/upper 60s so I won’t complain.

    Beautiful hat. I really like it. I may have to make one for myself…

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    Monday, 19 October, 2009 3:53 pm

    That color makes your eyes BLUE!
    oxoxoox

  4. Monday, 19 October, 2009 6:58 pm

    Gorgeous! You know what this reminds me of: Gathered Scarf! You should totally make a matching Gathered Scarf. It’s nice and has enough slouch.

  5. Monday, 19 October, 2009 7:13 pm

    So pretty, and what a gorgeous color!

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