Because of the yarn barf I found myself with an unintended consequence of my more focused knitting. I had nothing to knit. No, seriously, I am not being dramatic. My sweater needs to be seemed (not knitting), my sock needs the toe kitchenered (not knitting), and of course the mitts are plotting against me (so not knitting). So in a fit of desperation on Monday I wound and cast on one of my special skeins (really, they're all special, but don't tell them I said that. They behave better if they think they're the favorite) and cast on a hat.
Twisted Vines Hat, Melissa LeBarre in Dragonfly Fibers club yarn
Pictures do not do justice to the riot of pink, red, peach, and orange that make up this skein. I don't remember what the yarn is actually called. It was the September club shipment from Dragonfly Fibers. I know it is a sport weight, but as soon as it arrived I dubbed it "The Happiest Yarn in the World". There is no nylon content, so I would not knit the accompanying sock pattern (though that is lovely as well), and thus this yarn ended up in the stash waiting for the perfect pattern.
Seriously, how can you not smile when cuddling this yarn? You can't. I know, I tested it on random coworkers.
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