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Monday, September 14, 2015

FO: Camas

I finished my Yellow Camas back during play rehearsal, and it's just been sitting in my room, waiting for pictures and a blog! I love it so much-it came out almost exactly how I imagined, and it fits like a dream. It's so cheerful and light-the yarn knit up beautifully, and the lace and garter stitch really shows off the color variegation.

This is such a delightful little hat, and it was such a fun little knit. A hat was definitely what I needed-I've had so many bigger projects on the needles this summer, and juggling them all makes me feel like they'll never get done. A quick instant-gratification project was definitely what the doctor ordered.

Ravelry Page: Yellow Camas
Pattern: Camas, by Cory Ellen Boberg
Yarn: Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Worsted, solar dyed by me with dandelion and tumeric


  1. What a beautiful hat! I love the happy yellow color, and I like how it looks in front of the grey wall

  2. It looks like a sunflower :) Beautifully done!

  3. So pretty! I love those wonderful stitch patterns, especially in your pretty yellow dyed yarn! :)

  4. I love the bright yellow, really makes me wonder why I don't have a bright yellow knitted hat yet!