Two states, three women, six kids and too much yarn.
So cute!!!! The hat turned out wonderfully & it looks like it fits just right.
that is so stinkin CUTE!!!I need to make it!
I was especially excited to get a good shot at the crown. I love it. Is the O-Wool at all scratchy?
It's a winner!
Liz, if one is sensitive to wool, it may be scatchy. However, it feels fine to me. Ian didn't seem to mind it a bit and wore his hat for a good forty-five minutes while opening presents.
The hat looks wonderful. He seems to enjoy it too!
how cute!such paul newman blue eyes on that little heartbreaker!anne marie in philly
Wow. That's a beaut. And the model is absolutely adorable. You guys are killing me -- now I want to make THAT for my kids, too...
I also wanted to point out that I really love how the top of the hat looks like an orange! On these bitter cold January days, it has been so refreshing to see a citrusy surprise on the top of our page.Leave it to you to design a foodie hat. Or for me to look at a traditional colorwork design and think of food.
Hi! Thank you so much for sharing this pattern with the public! I just completed my 5th Ian's Chullo and posted it on ravelry. I couldn't link it to the pattern because I couldn't find the pattern in any of the searches. Is it ok if I include your web address in my notes so others may enjoy this wonderful pattern?
Where is the pattern? Ty,Cyndie
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