Random yarn = FO Hat

Random yarn? I'm sure it happens frequently - when knitters dive in their stash and pick up the one skein bought ? months ago, that is exactly ? grams of a blend of ? and ?

Housing a stranger in my stash was bothering me. It needed to move out as soon as possible.


This pattern is from Purl Soho.  I am charmed with this hat. Is just perfect for Atlanta's mild winters.




I'm linking to Tamis Amis FO Fridays. I'll be back next year. Happy Friday! 

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  1. Nice yarn, nice colour, nice hat! nnn

    Regula :-)

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  2. Love the color....my yarn are all friends...albeit some are long-lost...but friends nonetheless....

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  3. I love it when oddments from the stash become something beautiful :)
    Happy New Year!

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  4. I have quite a few "unknown" yarns in my stash. Thanks for reminding me, they can be turned into something beautiful!
    Happy New Years to you and your family! XO

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  5. Isn't Ravelry great for those rogue balls of yarn? I love just plugging in my yardage and seeing what my pattern options are. The hat looks lovely. The color is really pretty!

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  6. Love the pattern and the color! And I totally understand the random yarn in stash issue :)

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  7. It's lovely ... I love the color, and the pattern is perfectly suited by the yarn!

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  8. Ooh that is pretty. What a great use for your random skein :)

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  9. Nice hat! Love the color.

    Happy Holidays!

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  10. Oh, I love this! Really lovely. Happy New Year! Greetings from Germany.

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  11. Thanks SO much for your comments...I loved reading them all.

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  12. Wonderful hat and a great way to use up that random yarn. Yes indeed I have a few of those lurking in the stash. Happy New Year!

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  13. I feel the same way about using whatbwe have. Just bought more and feeling a bit guilty. Nice hat.

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