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11/09/2007

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AnneB

Junie! How utterly nice of you to offer your pattern for the hat. What a great way to use up some of those odds/ends we have from knitting Fair Isle sweaters. It just so happens that I hadn't dumped the left over from Erin back into my knitting stash. I see a hat coming! Thank you.

Laritza

That is a lot of hat! I have never knit a beret. Maybe it is a good time to start! Lovely colors.

Pru

Crikey! How long did all those hats take to knit? You are right, great stash burners. With your permission I may borrow your pattern for the Caps for Kids competition for next year's Knitters' Day Out. Sure to win a prize!

Lorraine

Junie- They are so pretty. I love Berets- they're little works of art!

Marie

Wow, what a production! No wonder you haven't made any since--I've done that too, get enthused about something and make a whole bunch, then burn out on it. They're really lovely, though, and I'll be printing the pattern. Heck, I've made enough scarves--time to branch out a little!

 Katie

Hi Junie:

Please forward me a copy of your lovely tam. For some reason, my computer skills went out the door today.

junieann

Dear Katie and All:

I typed the directions for the beret onto the Sable Stasher post from notes. It isn't saved on my computer. If you Select, Copy and Paste to Word, or your email,and then Save to your computers, that should work.

I can forward the chart, for it is saved on my computer. My email address is on the left sidebar for those that want to get in touch with me. Email addy is junieann@aol.com.

My stats say that 2000 people have dropped by, looked at the beret and I assume, some of those people have copied the pattern.

It's great to share with my knitting friends. I hope to share some of my other patterns with you.

Thanks ALL for stopping by.
junie

Fran

I've been playing around with mittens and thinking what a great yarn Brown Sheep sport weight is. I have a lot of really lovely colors that I bought up several years ago. How can you resist a color called Peruvian Pink? Some will have to go into a tam or two. Thanks for posting the pattern!

Fran

Fran

I've been playing around with mittens and thinking what a great yarn Brown Sheep sport weight is. I have a lot of really lovely colors that I bought up several years ago. How can you resist a color called Peruvian Pink? Some will have to go into a tam or two. Thanks for posting the pattern!

Fran

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