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March 19, 2008



That is gorgeous! (Can you say that about men's wear?) And thanks for the color-change hints!


So nice, and so manly! (I feel like an Irish Spring commercial!)


Seriously, I love the hat. I love everything about it. The fact that it's handspun, I love it even more!


Wow -- that is truly a gorgeous hat. And very manly. (Is there an echo in here?) It came out so well -- and I'm amazed at what I learn here.


Thanks for the plying instructions; you did a great job describing it.

I will be trying your technique *soon!*


I really love that hat! The colors, the stripes, the crown, everything. Brilliant job.


I just wanted to reach into my screen and touch it! Lovely yarn and brilliant post - as a novice spinner I wish I could sit beside you and do it with you! Thank you, I will be referring to this in the future!


Cute hat, cute husband!


Nice hat. Roger is a lucky fellow. I really love how the crown spirals. And very cool trick with the color change on plying there. I must remember that.


A very successful spin and knit, I'd say! And he won't give it up for a wash? the highest accolade!


Great hat, and thanks so much for the technique instructions!


Informative as always. (Your pictures are not "craptastic," either.)

Great hat.

Now, why have I not been spinning???


You know ... it's hard to beat those natural colors! Very very nice!


Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! I love the natural colors and the perfect stripes. Great work!

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