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When knitting, I don't like ribbing. I find it tedious moving the yarn back and forth when knitting different stitches. So whenever I made a hat (a knitted one), I always knit about 2", fold and sew the fabric up halfway, that was my brim. After making two hats this way, I realized something: This uses up a lot of yarn, it is very time consuming, and it's hard to do. So, I decided to give ribbing another try:
It was surprisingly easier than I thought it would be. The first round was a pain (mainly because the cast on stitches were so tight), but after that it was enjoyable. This is my own design, and hopefully it will turn out better than my past attempts. The two I made before were too short, and I really didn't feel like ripping it out and knitting more. So, my little sister had two new hats added to her wardrobe. Oh well. Third times a charm :)
I'm Emma, a crocheter, knitter, yarn dyer, and the list goes on. I'm pretty much obsessed with anything yarn related (except arm knitting. I haven't tried that).