Handmade Gifts, Hat

Dragon Pox Beanie Hats 

Hello All 😜 a while back I purchased some self stripping yarn just because I wanted to try it out! The blue shades are just gorgeous and the pinks are pretty cute too. 


I was pleasantly surprised that I was able to get three hats out of one skein of yarn. 


RAVELRY NOTES

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: several 
  • PATTERN: Dragon Pox Beanie by ALJayKnits *free on Ravelry
  • SIZE: one size (adult)
  • STARTED: October 4th
  • COMPLETED: October 15th 
  • YARN: Lion Brand Mandala in the shade of Spirit
  • HANDDYED: no
  • YARDAGE: 590
  • WEIGHT
  • NEEDLES: 4.0 mm/US 6
  • METHOD: knit in the circle from the bottom up and closed via magic loop
  • MODIFICATIONS: none
  • NOTES: none 

I have three more skeins of this yarn and three similar yarns so I foresee a lot of hats in the near future. 

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Handmade Gifts, Hat

A bunch of helix hats and craft sale prep

So after finishing up my Christmas gifts and donation hats I decided to knit up a few more hats some for gifts and some for my Craft Sale pile. In fact since I last posted I have knit a total of 9 hats and 12 dishcloths! I’ve also been crocheting on two different blankets. I’d say that craft sale prep is in high gear!

I knit these two Stash Busting Helix Hats for my baby gift pile

I knit these two Stash Busting Helix Hats for my nieces that are staying with us.

I knit these two Stash Busting Helix Hats to drop off at an old friends house when I’m back home next time

and last but not least I knit these two Stash Busting Helix Hats for my craft sale pile

RAVELRY NOTES

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: several
  • PATTERN: Stash Busting Helix Hats by Jessica Rose  *free on Ravelry
  • SIZE: 2 baby, 4 child, 2 adult
  • STARTED: September 29th
  • COMPLETED: October 11th
  • YARN: first 6 hats used Knit Picks Mighty Stitch and the last 2 hats used Red Heart Super Saver
  • HANDDYED: n/a
  • YARDAGE: 810 yards
  • WEIGHT: n/a
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US 7
  • METHOD: knit in the round and closed with magic loop
  • MODIFICATIONS: Baby – 80 sts, 1.5 inch 1×1 ribbed cuff, separate in half (40 sts), knit body of hat for 4.25 inches, k 10 place marker, close as directed in pattern Child –  84 sts, 2 inch 1×1 ribbed cuff, decrease 4 stitches, separate in half (40 sts), knit body of hat for 6.5 inches, k 10 place marker, close as directed in pattern Adult – add .75 inches to the body of the hat before closing as directed in the pattern.

 

Brittany, Charitable Donations, Hat

Operation Gratitude 

Earlier today I shipped my donation packages to Scarves for Troops via Operation Gratitude. This year I sent 15 hats in memory of my Sister, Grandfather, and Father. It’s nice to have the space that I was storing them in cleaned out so that I can start over for next year. I’m hoping to create one a week up until donation time next year. 52 hats is an awesome goal!!! 

Updated to show the tags attached to each hat! 

Handmade Gifts, Hat

Noro Bankhead Hat 

I knit this hat with some yarn that I won for knitting donation hats. I only had 50 grams of this yarn so I ended up knitting a smaller sized hat than usual with all but a few inches of the yarn. I think that it will go into my gift pile. 

This was my first time working with Noro yarn. It is 💯% wool and a bit on the scratchy side however it washed very nicely. It’s softer and it stretched out a little in size when I blocked it. 

RAVELRY NOTES

  • GIFT RECIPIENT:  Gift Pile
  • PATTERN: Bankhead Hats by Susie Gourlay *free on Ravelry
  • SIZE: Adult Medium 
  • STARTED: September 28th
  • COMPLETED: October 1st
  • YARN: Noro Kureyon color 354
  • HANDDYED: no
  • YARDAGE: 110 yards
  • WEIGHT: 50 grams
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US 7
  • METHOD: circular needles & dpn’s
  • MODIFICATIONS: I knit for 6.75 inches instead of 7 inches for yarn management and it’s a good thing that I did. 
  • NOTES: none
Handmade Gifts, Hat, Mittens/Gloves, Socks, Tin Can Knits

September Finished Projects

*this is just a test post to see how I like a monthly project round up

Sport weight socks are so fasts to knit up and it turns into a lovely dense warm sock! These are for my Hubby for Christmas.

RAVELRY NOTES

  • RECIPIENT: Hubby
  • PATTERN: 64 sts with sport weight yarn
  • SIZE: Men’s 10.5
  • STARTED: June 11th 2017
  • COMPLETED: Sept. 6th 2017
  • YARN: Knit Picks bare sport weight – hand dyed by me with jacquards sapphire dye
  • YARDAGE/WEIGHT: 294 yards
  • NEEDLES: 2.75 mm/US # 2
  • METHOD: two at a time toe up magic loop
  • MODIFICATIONS: I casted on 28 sts (14 on each needle) – inc to 64 sts – knit foot of sock for 8.5 inches – added gusset and heel from the socks on a plane pattern – knit leg for 1.5 inches – knit 10 row 2×2 rib for cuff – stretchy bind off
  • NOTES: next time knit the leg for three inches and the cuff for 20 rounds

The waffle stitch pattern gives fun texture with out a lot of fuss. It’s easy to knit yet at the same time it adds just enough stitch change to keep it interesting.

RAVELRY NOTES

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: Daughter
  • PATTERN: none
  • SIZE: 10.5
  • STARTED: April 4th
  • COMPLETED: September 15th
  • YARN: Heels, Toes, & Cuffs with Knit Picks Bare! And Knit Picks Felici in the shade of Bubble
  • HANDDYED: na 
  • YARDAGE: 319 yards
  • WEIGHT: 72 grams
  • NEEDLES: 2.25 mm/US 1
  • METHOD: two at a time toe up with an afterthought heel
  • MODIFICATIONS: na
  • NOTES: na

I love the way a ribbed hat looks. I’m not the biggest fan of knitting ribbing. However, this donation hat knit up really well.

RAVELRY NOTES

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: Scarves for Troops via Operation Gratitude.
  • PATTERN: two by two by Anne Gagnon *free on Ravelry
  • SIZE: Large
  • STARTED: July 8th
  • COMPLETED: Aug 26th
  • YARN: Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in the shade of Ash
  • HANDDYED: na
  • YARDAGE: 169
  • WEIGHT: 81 grams
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US 7
  • METHOD: circular needles and magic loop
  • MODIFICATIONS: I started the ribbing and got tired of knitting ribbing so I switched to stockingette
  • NOTES: hat turned out huge because of my modifications – next time follow the pattern

I love the Barley Hat pattern it has just enough stitch texture to keep it interesting yet at the same time I can knit on it while watching NASCAR and not have to worry about messing the pattern up as I either cheer on my driver or curse out the drivers that get in his way. On a side note… keeping my hands busy has probably saved my remote from being chucked across the room a time or two.

RAVELRY NOTES

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: Scarves for Troops via Operation Gratitude.
  • PATTERN: Barley by Tin Can Knits *free on Ravelry
  • SIZE: Large
  • STARTED: Sept 15th
  • COMPLETED: Sept 16th
  • YARN: Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in the shade of Alalfa
  • HANDDYED: na
  • YARDAGE: 125 yards
  • WEIGHT: 60 grams
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US 7
  • METHOD: circular needles and magic loop
  • MODIFICATIONS: none
  • NOTES: none

Mittens are such a practical gift. They along with hats are much needed in my area for several months out of the year.

RAVELRY NOTES

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: Christmas gift
  • PATTERN: Maize Mittens by Tin Can Knits *free on Ravelry
  • SIZE: Large
  • STARTED: September 15th
  • COMPLETED: December 20th
  • YARN: Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in the Sade of Pucker
  • HANDDYED: no
  • YARDAGE: 121 yards
  • WEIGHT: 58 grams
  • NEEDLES: 4.0 mm/ US 6
  • METHOD: two at a time via magic loop
  • MODIFICATIONS: none
  • NOTES: none

My Grandma saw the pink set of mittens that I knit and dropped hints… This pair is for her!


RAVELRY NOTES

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: Christmas gift
  • PATTERN: Worlds Simplest Mittens by Tin Can Knits *free on Ravelry
  • SIZE: Large
  • STARTED: Sept 20th
  • COMPLETED: Sept 22nd 
  • YARN: Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in the shade of White
  • HANDDYED: no
  • YARDAGE: 133 yards
  • WEIGHT: 64 grams
  • NEEDLES: 4.00 mm/US size 6
  • METHOD: two at a time via magic loop
  • MODIFICATIONS: none
  • NOTES: none

The helix hat pattern has enough interest to make me keep knitting without putting it down. It’s not a hard pattern at all but you have to remember to drop your current strand of yarn and pick up new strands of yarn in the right places. The stripes do not go the whole way around the hat and it has a spiraled look to it if you look closely.

RAVELRY NOTES

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: My Son
  • PATTERN: Stashbusting Helix Hats by Jessica Rose *free on Ravelry
  • SIZE: one size
  • STARTED: Sept 23rd
  • COMPLETED: Sept 24th
  • YARN: Red Heart Super Saver scraps in the shades of black, bright yellow, and pumpkin
  • HANDDYED: no
  • YARDAGE: 101.1 yards
  • WEIGHT: 55 grams
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US 7
  • METHOD: circular needles & dpn’s
  • MODIFICATIONS: none
  • NOTES: next time add .5 to 1 inches before starting the decreases

I also finished up my Christmas knitting with these two hats. I love how they turned out and I will be knitting this pattern again sometime in the near future. The pattern has just enough rib to give it an interesting texture but not enough to drive me crazy. I need to learn how to purl continentally so that I don’t have to flip the yarn back and forth. I can knit continentally but my standard go to is English style knitting.

RAVELRY NOTES

hat on mannequin head

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: Christmas Gift
  • PATTERN: Bankhead Hats by Susie Gourlay *free on Ravelry
  • SIZE: Large
  • STARTED: September 20th
  • COMPLETED: September 25th
  • YARN: Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in the shade of Sliver
  • HANDDYED: no
  • YARDAGE: 122.7
  • WEIGHT: 59 grams
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US 7
  • METHOD: circular needles & dpn’s
  • MODIFICATIONS: none
  • NOTES: none

RAVELRY NOTES

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: Christmas Gift
  • PATTERN: Bankhead Hats by Susie Gourlay *free on Ravelry
  • SIZE: Large
  • STARTED: September 20th
  • COMPLETED: September 25th
  • YARN: Lion Brand Heartland in the shade of Mount Rainier
  • HANDDYED: no
  • YARDAGE:116.7
  • WEIGHT: 66 grams
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US 7
  • METHOD: circular needles & dpn’s
  • MODIFICATIONS: none
  • NOTES: none

During the month of September I finished 8 projects that used a total of 4005 ft or 1335 yards or .76 miles of yarn. I also worked on two blankets. 


I hope that you all have a happy, safe, and creative October. Mine is going to be filled with extra cleaning, laundry, cooking, and of coarse craft sale preparations. See you all on the flip side!!! ❤ Missy

Handmade Gifts, Hat, Introvert Personality/ISTJ, Me Time

three more hats

Hey all! I had a busy few days and I managed to whip up these hats as gifts. The first is the Helix hat which was knit for my son with yarn that he picked from my scrap bin. I’m not sure that he planed a Halloween themed hat but that is what we ended up with. I really enjoy knitting this pattern. I managed to knit it from start to finish in one day.

RAVELRY NOTES

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: My Son
  • PATTERN: Stashbusting Helix Hats by Jessica Rose *free on Ravelry
  • SIZE: one size
  • STARTED: Sept 23rd
  • COMPLETED: Sept 24th
  • YARN: Red Heart Super Saver scraps in the shades of black, bright yellow, and pumpkin
  • HANDDYED: no
  • YARDAGE: 101.1 yards
  • WEIGHT: 55 grams
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US 7
  • METHOD: circular needles & dpn’s
  • MODIFICATIONS: none
  • NOTES: next time add .5 to 1 inches before starting the decreases

I also finished up my Christmas knitting with these two hats. I love how they turned out and I will be knitting this pattern again sometime in the near future.

RAVELRY NOTES

hat on mannequin head

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: Christmas Gift
  • PATTERN: Bankhead Hats by Susie Gourlay *free on Ravelry
  • SIZE: Large
  • STARTED: September 20th
  • COMPLETED: September 25th
  • YARN: Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in the shade of Sliver
  • HANDDYED: no
  • YARDAGE: 122.7
  • WEIGHT: 59 grams
  • NEEDLES:  4.5 mm/US 7
  • METHOD: circular needles & dpn’s
  • MODIFICATIONS: none
  • NOTES: none

RAVELRY NOTES

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: Christmas Gift
  • PATTERN: Bankhead Hats by Susie Gourlay *free on Ravelry
  • SIZE: Large
  • STARTED: September 20th
  • COMPLETED: September 25th
  • YARN: Lion Brand Heartland in the shade of Mount Rainier
  • HANDDYED: no
  • YARDAGE:116.7
  • WEIGHT: 66 grams
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US 7
  • METHOD: circular needles & dpn’s
  • MODIFICATIONS: none
  • NOTES: none

So, I have finished my Christmas knitting! I have one more donation hat to knit before I ship those off too. I’m going to continue making monthly donation hats for next years donation package while I gear up for this years craft sale the weekend before Thanksgiving.

The number of humans have occupying our home has doubled this week because my in laws are in the process of moving back home from another state. They can’t close on their new house until their old house closes. Luckily they will all be at work and school most of the time so I will still have time to create while I introvert. However, I expect that time to be limited because of the extra cleaning, laundry, and cooking. So. I fear that my blogging for the month of October might be a little sparse. I hope that you all have a happy, safe and creative fall. It just might be snowing when I come back on line.

 

Charitable Donations, Hat

August and September Donation Hats 

I haven’t gotten around to sharing my donation hat for last month yet so I figured that I’d just do a two in one post. I hope that you all have a happy and productive week. ☕️Missy

RAVELRY NOTES

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: Scarves for Troops via Operation Gratitude.
  • PATTERN: two by two by Anne Gagnon *free on Ravelry 
  • SIZE: Large
  • STARTED: July 8th
  • COMPLETED: Aug 26th
  • YARN: Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in the shade of Ash
  • HANDDYED: na
  • YARDAGE: 169
  • WEIGHT: 81 grams
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US 7
  • METHOD: circular needles and magic loop
  • MODIFICATIONS: I started the ribbing and got tired of knitting ribbing so I switched to stockingette
  • NOTES: hat turned out huge because of my modifications – next time follow the pattern

RAVELRY NOTES

  • GIFT RECIPIENT: Scarves for Troops via Operation Gratitude.
  • PATTERN: Barley by Tin Can Knits *free on Ravelry 
  • SIZE: Large
  • STARTED: Sept 15th
  • COMPLETED: Sept 16th
  • YARN: Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in the shade of Alalfa
  • HANDDYED: na
  • YARDAGE: 125 yards
  • WEIGHT: 60 grams
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US 7
  • METHOD: circular needles and magic loop
  • MODIFICATIONS: none
  • NOTES: none
Allergies, Handmade Gifts, Hat

Helix Hat 

Hey All! 

Three whole days until school starts!!! I’m excited but my children are not. 

My Grandma left a funny comment on my last post and I thought that I’d address it here! Grandma thought that I was up posting blog posts before 5 AM. I’m pretty sure that she was trying to figure out how I became such a morning person when I was such a pain in the rear as a child. 

I’m still not a morning person. I never will be. I tolerate mornings with more dignity and grace than I did with a child. I would say that with age and maturity I’ve learned to shut my mouth and to keep my gripes to myself. I still dislike mornings but I think a lot of it now days is due to allergy, sinus, breathing, and sleeping problems. I wake up with headaches and jaw pain and I just want to be left alone with my coffee for a good hour. NO TALKING PLEASE!!! In the summers this means waking before my kids do and during the school year it means rushing everyone out the door. Hence the excitement for school days and routines. 

The funniest part about this whole thing is that my Son acts the same way I did as a child. What is that saying about your children paying you back ten fold? I’m pretty sure that has nothing to do with yarn money. 

So, no Grandma I’m not up posting on my blog before 5:00 AM! I’m currently sitting and typing this post at 9:05 Wednesday morning while I’m cooking breakfast. I will schedule it to automatically post at 4:44 AM on Friday morning. Isn’t technology grand!!! It’s rare that I post in real time. 

RAVELRY NOTES

  • RECIPIENT: Daughter 
  • PATTERN: Stashbusting Helix Hat *free on Ravelry
  • SIZE: one size 
  • STARTED: Aug 21st
  • COMPLETED: Aug 22nd 
  • YARN: Scraps of worsted weight acrylic 
  • YARDAGE/WEIGHT: 103 yards
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US 7 

I really like how this hat turned out. I foresee making a bunch with yarn from my scrap bin. I think that the concept will apply to socks as well. This cheerfully colored hat was a great palette clenzer after knitting the black sweater. The other night I started knitting an Advent calendar and I plan to make at least one more. One to use and one for decoration! The one for decoration is made up of traditional Nordic mitten patterns. 

*** My allergies and sinuses are currently bothering me so bad that I have trouble sleeping at night. I end up grinding my teeth and waking up with headaches and jaw pain. Tuesday I noticed that both sides of my lower jaw are bruised on the inside of my mouth from all of the teeth grinding. I’m really not exaggerating when I say my allergies are trying to kill me from the inside out. I’m tired of feeling sick and tired. 

Charitable Donations, Handmade Gifts, Hat

Hats 

Hey all! I hope that you had a happy and safe Independents Day. We didn’t do a whole lot but we did grill out. 

I also spent a good amount of time with yarn in my hands and I have a couple new hats to show for it. This first hat will be donated to Scarves for Troops via Operation Gratitude.  

RAVELRY NOTES

  • RECIPIENT: donation 
  • PATTERN: Wide Ribbed Hat 
  • SIZE: large
  • STARTED: July 2nd 
  • COMPLETED: July 3rd 
  • YARN: karabella yarns aurora 8 – navy 
  • YARDAGE/WEIGHT: 107 yards 
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US 7 

The second hat that I knit is a Christmas gift for someone who likes to roll up the cuff of hats even when they don’t have a cuff to roll up. Nothing like a classic hat pattern to make that gift recipient happy. 

RAVELRY NOTES

  • RECIPIENT: Christmas a Gift 
  • PATTERN: Classic Cuffed Hat 
  • SIZE: Largest 
  • STARTED: July 3rd 
  • COMPLETED: July 6th 
  • YARN: Lion Brand Heartland – Mount Rainier 
  • YARDAGE/WEIGHT: 124 yards 
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US 7 

Last night at about 11 pm I decided that I wanted to start knitting a new shawl. So I started dying yarn for it at that time of night. I wanted the yarn to dry overnight so I could start knitting it as soon as I got done with the gray hat. 

Charitable Donations, Hat

Donation Hat 

My donation hat for the Month of May was an interesting knit. It offered a little challenge but it wasn’t really difficult once I figured out the chart. I love the texture of this hat.

RAVELRY NOTES

  • RECIPIENT: donation hat
  • PATTERN: Tweedy Honeycomb Toque
  • SIZE: one size
  • STARTED: May 19th
  • COMPLETED: May 21st
  • YARN: Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in the shade of Silver (I held two strands together to get a bulkier yarn)
  • YARDAGE/WEIGHT: 254 yards
  • NEEDLES: cuff 5.0 mm US 8/hat 6.5 mm US 10.5
  • MODIFICATIONS/NOTES: a lot of the notes on Ravelry said that this pattern runs a little small. I chose to hold two strands of yarn together to get a bulkier yarn and I also increased the needle sizes to make a bigger hat. Much easier than changing the math in a charted pattern.
Charitable Donations, Hat

WWI hat 

The other day I found a WWI hat pattern which had been re written into modern knitting terms. I thought that would be the perfect hat to donate to Scarves for Troops. The pattern was originally supposed to be knit with 100% wool and in certain colors so that they could be worn with a military uniform. The hats and scarves that are distributed through Scarves for Troops are used when off duty. I knit the larger sized hat and it fits my husband perfectly but it looks huge on the styrofoam head. 

RAVELRY NOTES

  • RECIPIENT: Scarves for Troops via Operation Gratitude 
  • PATTERN: WWI Skull Cap
  • SIZE: large
  • STARTED: April 10th
  • COMPLETED: April 17th
  • YARN: Plymouth Yarn Galloway in the shade Mint Heather
  • YARDAGE/WEIGHT: 151 yards
  • NEEDLES: 3.75 mm/US # 5 

It’s been rainy all week which has tremendously helped my allergies. I’ve been making good progress on a lot of projects which makes me incredibly happy. However, on a more sour note… our refrigerator decided to die last Wednesday. It almost ruined our holiday plans but my in laws were nice enough to share some of their leftovers with us. We are hoping to find a new refrigerator this weekend I just hope it doesn’t take a month to be delivered.  I’m really getting tired of eating out every meal but on a plus side I haven’t had too cook or do dishes which has contributed to my extra crafting time. 

Charitable Donations, Hat

Daytona Day(s) 

Hey all! This last weekend was a bit exciting! After all of the illnesses that have gone through our home this month I was looking forward to some exciting entertainment. We were expected to get 13 inches of snow on Thursday so I snuggled in with some hot tea and yarn ready for a blizzard and racing. The 2017 NASCAR season started so YAY for the Daytona 500!!! This years races were exciting and nerve racking to watch. I’m so glad that nobody was seriously injured and one of my favorite drivers won!!! While watching all four races I managed to knit 2 hats and I also crocheted 2 skeins of yarn into a new afghan

The first hat will be donated to Scarves for Troops via Operation Gratitude in memory of my loved ones who have passed on. 

RAVELRY NOTES

RECIPIENT: Scarves for Troops 

PATTERN: Classic Cuffed Hat by Purl Soho

SIZE: Adult 

STARTED: Feb 24

COMPLETED: Feb 25

YARN: Lion Brand Heartland in the shade of Mount Rainier 

YARDAGE/WEIGHT: 55 yards 

NEEDLES: 3.75 mm/US 5 & 4.5 mm/US 7 

This second hat was knit in racing colors. I had planned to keep it for myself but it’s a little big on me so I’m going to put it in my sale pile. 

RAVELRY NOTES

RECIPIENT: craft sale

PATTERN: None 

SIZE: Adult Man

STARTED: Feb 26

COMPLETED: Feb 26

YARN: Knit Picks Stroll Sport Weight (held double) 

YARDAGE/WEIGHT: 208 yards

NEEDLES: 4.00 mm/US 6 & 5.00 mm/US 8


Hat Recipe 

* Cast on 84 sts with two black strands

  held together

* 2 x 2 rib for 12 rounds 

* Switch to size 8 needles

* 6 black

* 2 red

* 2 white

* 9 red

* 2 white

* 2 red

* 3 black 

* Decrease k12 k2tog, around 

* Knit around

* Repeat the last few rows until k4 – k2tog, continue every round

Charitable Donations, Hat

a donation hat

I’ve been sick most of the week with a cruddy cold and fever & chills so I haven’t made a lot of progress on my projects. I’ve slept a good portion of each day trying to kick this cold. It’s a good thing that I completed all of my January goals by Sunday afternoon giving me 10 days of free time.

I love how this hat turned out. It’s really just a basic gray beanie hat that is super soft and machine washable.

jan donation

RAVELRY NOTES

  • PATTERN: I casted on 88 sts and then I used the turn a square pattern to close the top of the hat
  • STARTED: Jan 20th
  • COMPLETED: Jan 20th
  • YARN: Lion Brand Heartland in the Shade of Mount Rainer
  • YARDAGE/WEIGHT: 82 yards/46 grams
  • NEEDLES: 4.5 mm/US size 7