I knit this hat for Ellen but it is so soft and lovely that I’ll be wearing it when she isn’t! I knit this in LOFT – a 100% American wool – Grown in Wyoming, spun in New England – this wool is very fun to knit. I used size … Continue reading
A while back a friend mentioned she wanted a classy, black, earflap hat to wear with her “good” coat. She showed my the ecru 1940s art deco style silk scarf that she wears with this coat. A lovely design is woven into the scarf and I decided to try to … Continue reading
I’m so excited about this pattern!! I have knit two of these tams now and I must say they are quite fun and the pattern is easy to memorize. Start knitting in the round at the top and increase out to the brim. . . the top is 8 pattern … Continue reading
The Friedman family spent some time needlefelting my hats. . . Wish I could have been there to join in the fun!
I was lucky enough to work with some Make A Wish children. . . we decorated hats to sell at the fundraising ball and auction for the Make A Wish Foundation. Hope they brought in lots of dough!!
A good friend of mine celebrated her birthday with a group of friends and needlefelting. Here are the lovely results!
Taught Hannah to knit Machine knitting felted hats Two parties next week! I’m desperately low on my felted caps and I have two big parties coming up. . . so, I thought I’d spread the wealth and hire/teach my niece Hannah to operate a knitting machine. She did very well … Continue reading
A friend of mine has done some amazing needlefelted designs on my felted hats. Just wanted to share them with you! Of course I must remind you that I sell these hats on my etsy site!
I just arrived home from a great road trip to Port Wing, Wisconsin. I went “up north” to visit friends and participate in the 2nd annual “Sashay ’round the donut”. A fun evening of music and dance held in the town hall. And I might add, more fresh home made … Continue reading
Hi everyone, I finally did it! I set up a store on Etsy to sell my felted hats. For the past 3 years I have been holding needlefelting workshops, well I call them parties, to which I bring felted hats and scarves plus all the supplies needed for needlefelting. When … Continue reading