I know it must seem odd to knit when the temperature outside is hot, but inside, with air conditioning, I have to wear a sweater so knitting is still something I enjoy! I can do it while binging on tv shows and listening to podcasts.
I am doing the National Parks Hats from patterns I purchased on Ravelry. I already posted my Glacier National Parks Hat. [Glacier, a tribute to our National Parks]
This one is inspired by the RedWood National Park. One of the most incredible parks I ever visited. The yarn is Malbrigo, colorway Kris. I loved using the RT, right twist, to create the little cables. Fast and easy. I am going to use it for some socks down the road.
The second hat is inspired by the Grand Canyon National Park. The gradient is done by using double of the main yarn and then transition to one main and one solid, and finally, two of the solid. I added the pompom to use up the rest of the yarn.
I will be working on the Grand Teuton and Olympic National Parks next to get caught up in this 12 months of hat making!