Hi everyone I was able to do it. As a begining Knitter I finally completed my first project on Circular needles. A roll brim Hat. When I got to the point I needed to change to DP needles I asked for some help from a neighbour. Thanks to everyone who encouraged me to give it a try. I think my next project may be an Afghan
Fannie, that looks fantastic!!! Great Job :cheering:
Looks great fannie! Aren't circs great?!
JivewhistleYes I must say I enjoyed using the circular needles. I had a little trouble with the DP needles but if I use them again It should be easier. I have a great neighbour who helped me with the DP . She said the pattern called for me to go down to six stiches and she would have done it at maybe 12 easier to work with I guess
:cheering: :cheering: Fran, your hat looks FANTASTIC!! I'm so proud of you...and aren't u proud of yourself?!....u sure should be :balloons: these are for u for a job that's very well done!! keep up the good work!! Don't u just working with circs?have a great, knitty day!!
Thank YOU sooooooooo much . I was nervous to post a photo since you guys are so good at this stuff . It gives me courage to tackle something else
Ooohh :cheering: :cheering: :cheering: :cheering: Good job, chica! Your hat is fah-bulous!
I STILL haven't ventured into the world of circulars. :??
I didn't think I would like circs that much. After my first hat I haven't knit with anything else!
looks loverly!!! I like that pattern to reduce your stitches...mine didn't have a pattern like that...
hmm...do I REALLY need another hat pattern??? heheheh...
Your hat is adorable! I can hardly wait to get my Denise's in the mail so I can finallly attempt a hat of my own. It looks like fun!
Great job!! And welcome to the dark side! (You know, us crazy circular lovers.)This calls for a DANCING BANANA!
HEY!!! I want a dancing banana!!!! :mad:
And a dancing banana for Kelly... because... well, just because!