Blessed day my dear and appreciated Needleworkers, I am very happy to return to post in the community that has given me so much love. I've been a few days absent from my blog, but not from the platform and much less from the community. I have been reading the posts of my colleagues, especially the new members, commenting and supporting their projects.
I took a few days to reorganize my ideas and my priorities in terms of the activities I usually do, since, for health reasons, I can't exceed the number of hours I spend in front of the computer writing and layout my post. I am a bit picky when it comes to layout and that takes me a lot of time. However, stopping publishing is not an alternative because my blog is my creative and liberating space. So I will still continue to publish as much as I can.
Here in Lima we are still in the winter season and the month of August is the coldest of all, therefore, it is essential to wrap up very well. That is why in this opportunity, I want to show you a group of hats that I knitted while I was on forced rest. I knitted them little by little but I didn't take pictures of the process because most of them were made while I was lying in bed. However, I didn't want to leave without showing you these cute little hats that I knitted for my relatives.
Knitting hats is very easy and entertaining, I could say it's addictive because of the amount of combinations, shapes and designs that can be created. For these hats I used medium thickness antiallergic yarn and a 3mm aluminum needle. The pattern is the basic circular pattern with increases in the first 6 rows and then knit straight to finish the length of the hat.
Espero les agraden estos gorritos de invierno y espero volver a compartir con ustedes muy pronto. Gracias por leer, saludos y bendiciones.
The collection, so to speak, I named it "Stripes and zigzag" because most of the hats were knitted with materials I already had at home so I didn't have to go out and buy them. I also knitted a pair of slippers because I am very cold and I like to keep my feet very warm. I hope you like these winter beanies and I hope to share with you again very soon. Thanks for reading, greetings and blessings.
Todas las fotos fueron tomadas con mi teléfono celular Huawei Y7 el cual tiene una cámara frontal de 13 MP.
Imagen de portada y los separadores de texto son diseñados por mí en con Canva.com
Uso traductor Deepl