Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Beret: Not Just MORE Socks, by Rosner



is it a flying saucer?
nope, it is a finished object....

No seams to sew, just 2 ends to weave in. The beginning end and the finished end. No blocking.

Caps for Sale! remember that children's classic???



13 comments:

SissySees said...

How fabulous is that?! Wow. So very impressed!

SusanB-knits said...

I do remember that story!!
Nice beret. I have some yarn picked out for one but haven't started yet.

Katherine said...

It's beautiful!! I love a beret.

JelliDonut said...

Pretty! What's the yarn?

kathy b said...

Jellidonut

It is an Opal yarn with firemen on the label. I think the label is in German. Channon gave it to me in a swap.

Dee said...

Very jaunty!

Ling said...

Lovely beret! And Happy Belated Birthday. Hope the birthday fairy brought you lots of goodies.

Alyssa said...

I love the way the yarn pools and stripes - it almost looks like colorwork :P But then you said "Only two ends" so I assume that it isn't!

Lynn said...

Yes I do remember that story!!! The guy would walk around with all the caps on his head!! I think they did a segment on Sesame Street as well.

And the beret is very nice!

Donna Boucher said...

You did it!!! The beret!! So cute!!

fancystitching said...

I must have read that book a thousand times, between two children and teaching kindergarten/1st grade for 20 years! I LOVE the beret! It makes me wish I lived a little further north where headwear in the winter is actually needed... but then I come back to my senses and say "NO WAY!" I'm not about to go where you have to shovel snow!

Grace said...

loveit!!

Just got your email how slow is slow, I will answer it shortly 9about needle size)

Yarny Days said...

THis is so cute!

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