I promise, no more baby hats before I've finished the 14th century outfits!
However, this last hat I'm really pleased with, and I think I'm starting to get a hang of this pattern-making thingy. Or what do you think? Still looking for someone else who also does these kinds of patterns in needlebinding, with colour changes more complex than just the normal changing-of-yarn thingy. Wow, it really is too late for blogging, I'm having serious problems putting together a sentence. It all seems to come out as jibberish. Anyhow, here is the last baby hat.
A couple of days ago my boss came up to me and asked for a favor. Seeing that I'm always knitting, could I possibly have a look at her sweater? It was a bit torn and she had no idea how to mend it, but perhaps I could do something about it? I, of course, did not mention that I do needlebinding, not knitting. And though I had no idea how to mend the tear in the knitted fabric I nodded and said that I'd give it a go.
Here is how it looked before I began....
And lo and behold, I did it! It was tricky business, but somehow I got the yarn through the correct loops and managed to sew the ends together. So here it is post mending... Pretty good, huh?