>I just finished this hat for the shop.
It is from Susan Anderson-Freed’s book Colorwork Creations: Knit Woodland Inspired Hats, Mittens and Gloves. It was a lot of fun to knit. Except for the tassels… I am not a great tassel maker, but I think they turned out okay. I it made from Nature Spun Fingering and Noro Silk Garden Sock yarn.
3 Kittens is going to be selling kits at Yarnover so you could knit your own chullo and mitten set. Or ski hat and mitten set.
Don’t forget that Susan Anderson-Freed is coming to teach her mitten technique on May 1st at the 3 Kittens. She starts her mittens from the thumb and the tip of the mitten and works her way down. She will be teaching Turkish cast-on and Latvian braid. The class is worth the price of admission just for that alone, but knowing how to make mittens in a different way could open up a whole new world for you.