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I don't know yet if I'll make the move permanent, but it's a possibility! (I hope so!)
@GwenfarsGarden All it is is sticking your needle through two stitches instead of one, but yeah, it's intimidating at first. No worries, though, you'll be an expert in no time! :D
@GwenfarsGarden Haha, I know this feeling… XD This is the first non-rectangular (dishcloth, scarf, pillow, etc.) pattern I've ever done. You only need to know two things: knit, purl, and knit 2 together. That's it! So I highly recommend it for your first project that requires reducing stitches. :D
@Ellteo I am planning to make more, so that's an option! I mainly want to add pom poms because I've never made any before, and it would be fun to have the excuse. XD Maybe I'll make one and give it to the recipient along with the toque and say they can attach it if they want…?
@swordjaw That's a good point, haha! XD
@GwenfarsGarden Thank you! It's so easy to knit, too. :D
@piraino Aww, thanks! :D And your opinion is noted! 🖖
@somarasu Noted! 🖖
I finished it! :D
Found some discount yarn a few weeks ago and decided to knit up some toques as gifts for my family. Here's the first! I'm so proud of how it turned out!
It's really simple for beginners! I highly recommend it. :)
After a week of it being around 35C the weather finally broke last night and it's beautifully cool and overcast today, so my creative energy has come flooding back. It's nice to draw again 😁 Adding shading to this next to define the layers. This one is using patterns found in artwork from the Mughal Empire.
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