I have a thing about odd hats. Looks like Spanish Renaissance sets the trend for my next design, staid in its severity of black, greys, and off-white. A hat, straight up, with no brim ? They were popular from the 13th to the 16th century in Europe, especially in France. The fore-wearers of the modern knitted toque , or tuque, it’s all there ~~ proof such a thing was actually stylish! The Beanie is out folks. The Toque is IN.
I think Philip had a great idea – but you look so much better in yours – which I seem to have lost. Great knitting anyway.
Thank you Lizzi. You know what I did, was went and clicked ‘publish’ instead of ‘save as draft’… so I basically sent my just-started post (wasn’t even near finished, just photos put up) … which will be next. Perhaps on Monday 🙂
Next up the neck ruffle! Just kidding.
I’m SO with you there Kay ! 😉 😉 xx