Steve's Farm Beanie




We may not have the farm, but now we do have a Farm Beanie. Only two months after Christmas, Steve now has his gift and it's keeping him snug and warm. I used Sublime's cashmere merino silk in the colorways Skipper and Latte. The yarn is absolutely dreamy, if I do say so myself; so incredibly soft. I've done this pattern once before and I think it's a keeper. Simple and fast, but not at all boring.

As for reading, I just finished up Designs for Living and Learning and am almost through Working in the Reggio Way. So helpful! I was already starting to get into Reggio, but after seeing this post and reading these too books, I'm realizing that this was the way I was already living and working, I just didn't have the words to describe it. I absolutely love the idea of setting up "invitations" to learning and project-based learning really resonates with me. 

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7 comments:

  1. The beanie looks very warm and soft. And ya gotta love a simple and fast pattern!

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  2. Ooooo! Cashmere merino silk...that must be the softest hat. Lucky guy!

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  3. you did a lovely job on the hat! It looks great on him and so so soft!

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  4. The beanie looks great, love the two tone.

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  5. beanie is great- hope he loves it!

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  6. The beanie hat is lovely, love the two tones!

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  7. Great job! I'm sure that yarn is absolutely yummy.

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