As previously noted, I've been suffering from IDKWIWTKN* Syndrome. But after seeing Ryan's post of April 27, I was spurred to action. I had already promised to knit something for the Dulaan Project, but was dragging my heels. However, after seeing those little faces, I could do nothing less that dig into the stash and get going. I remembered that Norma had posted a pattern for stocking caps, so I clicked over there to get it. This is the result of two days work with her Absolutely-Fabulous, Extremely-Easy, and Unbelievably-Fast "Double-Thick, Super-Warm, Dulaan Hat Pattern."
In order, they are made from Mountain Colors Weavers Wool (held double), Noro Big Kureyon, and Rowan Plaid. This pattern makes an extremely thick and undoubtedly warm hat. Try one, you'll like it!
I'm going to try some mittens next. I love knitting mittens, and it will be even more fun to do them for such a good cause. But first, pair #3 in the white sock project. It's finally getting hot here and I need me some socks.
Moving now from altruistic endeavors to crass commercialism, don't forget to check out my BIG YARN SALE over there on the right under "Photo Albums." Still lots of good stuff left. You know you've been thinking about it. Don't be shy. Buy some yarn.
Have a great weekend.
*I don't know what I want to knit next