Thrift Hat

I knitted this hat a few weeks ago. It wasn’t for me, it was a request from a friend. I knitted it using local wool, grown by the Lleyn and Jacob sheep of my local biodynamic farm.

You may vaguely remember reading me talking about this hat around here before – in blog posts like this one – back when I was in the middle of knitting it.

I also made a little book to go with it, telling the story of this hat, from Fields… to Head!

Here it is:

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This hat is called Thrift Hat, it was hand-knitted by me, following the pattern of Shetlander knitwear designer Outi Kater. Check her Ravelry designer page to discover more of her gorgeous fair isle designs!

xxx,

Noémie.

Author: FocalHeart

My name is Noémie, I run animal communication workshops to help people enhance their relationship with animals and the natural world. My work is about the profoundly important messages we can receive when we focus with our hearts. Through cultivating the heart as an organ of perception, we can develop our ability to listen to and communicate with one another as well as our natural environment – plants and animals included.

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