I am not sure what that word actually means, but that is the name of my latest hat. I found the pattern on Ravelry. What did I ever do before discovering Ravelry? This one is going to my daughter because she picked out the pattern and the yarn. The yarn is Noro Kureyon which is rather scratchy to knit with but it should keep her head warm. I learned how to knit jogless stripes with this pattern and I think I finally got it down. The hat is not quite a slouchy as it looks because the wig stand has a tiny head. When I blocked it, I soaked it in hair condition after using Sweater Soak and I think it helped to make it a bit softer. I hope she likes it!
I first began making glass beads in 2004 and have been consumed ever since. Experimenting with different techniques, glass colors and metals is a never ending pleasure. I love opening the kiln to see what new suprises are inside. I am truly blessed to be able to do what gives me so much joy.