I’d like to think I’ll make a Jayne hat every year for my child until he’s old enough to question it.
He remains less than thrilled about keeping it on his head, but I’m happy with it! This time I used a knitting loom for the main hat and crocheted the ear flaps. How does it sit? Pretty cunning, doncha think?
I was part way through knitting a grey-green hat for my son when I had an epiphany: if I were going through the trouble, why was I making any old hat when I could knit the ultimate (nerd) hat?
“How does it sit? Pretty cunning, doncha think?”
“Man walks down the street in that hat, people know he’s not afraid of anything.”
I don’t claim to be an excellent knitter, but I am pleased with the result, and it makes me laugh! To make the hat, I just knit a stockinette rectangle, stitched up the side to fit, and crocheted ear flaps. Then I gathered the top and added a puff ball! And my baby, who has as many smiles as there are reasons to love Firefly, got into character with a rare mean mug!
I love the colors, even apart from the show reference. I finished it just in time for the cool weather setting in! He will be so much warmer on our walks together, complimenting the gorgeous autumn trees. What more could I ask for?
Linking up with the 2015 Finish-A-Long!