Friday, January 29, 2010

a quick hat and memory lapse

I thought it was about time I posted a little knitting on here. In fact there has been plenty of knitting but a lack of light and model synchronicity mean that none of it is being blogged at the moment.

This was a very quick hat for me, a simple stockinette slouchy beanie and I would dearly love to share the pattern with you but I have misplaced my print-out. I have forgotten the true title of the pattern, the name of the lovely designer who generously made this pattern freely available entirely eludes me. I am trying hard to visualise the title on the page but I have nothing. Clearly my memory is not what it once was, unfortunately a great deal of important information seems to have gone but yet my brain chooses to retain the details of tedious celebrity lives as gleaned from the pages of the trashy magazines I overload on when at the hairdressers.

I have tried to find the pattern once more dear readers, but there are 317 pages of free hat patterns on Ravelry alone and my broadband connection is not so very fast. I got to page 12. I have tried many variations on the search and Google has provided some interesting results. I cannot find it anywhere.

So if you want to knit this exact hat I am afraid I cannot help. But I do promise there are other hat patterns out there..... 317 pages on Ravelry should get you started...

If anyone out there does indeed recognise this pattern I would be very grateful for the relevant information.

*edited to add: Well done to Mooncalf at Make do and Mend who cleverly identified the hat as Felicity by Knitology.


Anonymous mooncalf said...

It looks a lot like Felicity

Friday, January 29, 2010 11:52:00 am  
Anonymous dottycookie said...

Oh, Ravelry is such a dangerous place. I've lost track of how many hours I've spent looking on there - and then losing the patterns I've found. You're not alone!

Friday, January 29, 2010 12:14:00 pm  
Anonymous martha said...

It does look a lot like Felicity or this one:

Very cute and sassy on you.

Friday, January 29, 2010 12:17:00 pm  
Anonymous kristina said...

Such a lovely color. And looks so soft.

I must admit I've become a bit addicted to Ravelry over the past few weeks...

K x

Friday, January 29, 2010 7:28:00 pm  
Anonymous Charity said...

Ah, yes, I thought that was a Felicity! I've been admiring that pattern myself. It looks very cute on you, sounds like a fun knit!

Friday, January 29, 2010 9:51:00 pm  
Anonymous bethanyhissong said...

I was just going to say that you look like a celebrity at the Sundance Film Festival... we've all got celebrities on the brain! I am in the mood to knit now... LOVE the hat!

Friday, January 29, 2010 10:39:00 pm  
Anonymous kim said...

Ah, I was about to type it in as though I were on some jerk-up form of Jeopardy. "What is Felicity, Alex?" LOL It's totally adorable on you. This hat has been in my queue for ages. Why have I get to make it?

Saturday, January 30, 2010 9:07:00 pm  
Anonymous cathleen said...

You look so pretty! I could use a new winter hat during my long cold walks. Thanks for the inspiration, Rebecca.

Sunday, January 31, 2010 2:50:00 pm  
Anonymous sarah said...

i have made two for my girls similar to this. Garnstudio - drops design

Sunday, January 31, 2010 3:14:00 pm  
Anonymous Elizabeth said...

I have never some across this pattern! More temptation as I am working on a scarfdwhich just might need a hat to go with... It does look a lot like the garnstudio one as well.
I know what you mean about lack of light, even photographing outside hasn't helped!

Monday, February 01, 2010 3:21:00 pm  

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