Monday, October 22, 2007

Koolhaas Hat

This is a common thing that happens - I get sidetracked and start casting on for new projects, and soon end up with all these half-knitted objects lying everywhere around the house. But when I saw this cool hat designed by the talented Mr. Brooklyn Tweed, I couldn't resist making it. So last Friday I stopped by the Yarn Shop on Kenny Road and picked up a couple balls of worsted weight wool for this little side project (it's not quite done, but close enough):

Pattern: Koolhaas Hat
Source: Interweave Knits, Holiday Gifts 2007
Yarn: Reynolds Kids Play Time, a little more than 1 skein
Needles: US 7 and 8

Aside from knitting, I had dinner at Bluefish on Friday night, did a little shopping and stopped by Whole Foods on Saturday, and then checked out a punk band at Skully's - a loud and interesting night. This started us on the topic of making more of an effort to experience more arts and culture - including some day trips to explore Ohio's nearby towns!

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