Process is ongoing over here. My work is a series of implemented design changes organized by NATO Phonetic naming structures. I like working this way. It's slow, and methodical, and… grid-like. So one of the design changes I've been slowly implementing is what I call a "Full Trefoil." What I'm referring to is the crown design. Before, it didn't extend all the way down to the angular transition. Now they do. Or rather, I intend to work full trefoils on everything from now on.
This presents some interesting mathematical predicaments that I won't bore you with, but it wasn't that hard to figure out. As you can see, the alignment of the crown section and the central area brings the design harmoniously together. Implementing the existing garter stitch ribbing into the decrease column also helps to unify things.
The color of this yarn is significantly lighter, showing off all the detail better than the original. It's a 100% merino wool thread weight recycled from an Ann Taylor sweater. You can see from the picture that it was a short sleeve garment, size small. I didn't get a lot of yarn out of this sweater, just enough for two hats. One for sale, and one for me.
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