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Jellyfish beanie by Archaical Jellyfish beanie by Archaical
Knitted myself a brimmed beanie.
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:iconanimerae78:
<3 this! The colors are gorgeous. :)
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CloudTheory Dec 23, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Love it!
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SharkyToof Jun 20, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I want, I want. The money, take it. Give me. I can't even :iconmineplz:
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RobotMagpie Dec 6, 2012  Student General Artist
I like it! :3
How did you make the brim?
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Wasteland-Omelet Nov 17, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
that is the name of the hat that...omg thank you so much i have been, just o god thank you
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DABECKER53 Nov 6, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
WOW! I would love to buy one of these!!! Love everything about your gallery! :)
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TheKnottyNerd Oct 14, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Wow. Do you use circular or double ended needles? I have double ended as well as circular. Only issue is my circular needles are 26" and I'm pretty sure that is way too big to do anything but maybe sweaters. Double ended needles are of the devil. Lol.
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:iconarchaical:
circular, theres a trick to that, say you cast on 10 stitches, all on the right needle, push all the stitches to the bottom of the needle let all but 2 drop onto the cord, and then pull the cord in the gap so that the stitches are about the middle of the cord, and push the 2 stitches back up to the top, then go to the rest of the stitches and push all but 2 stitches onto the other needle, leave those 2 in the middle, push all the rest to the top. it will look like how double pointed stitches are place only its a cord connecting them. drawing here --> [link]
hopefully that makes some sense?
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TheKnottyNerd Oct 16, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Ha! It does make sense! Thank you for the explanation. I'm off to go play with yarn. =]
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