Well, I voted for the Stetsdal hat but it looks like Koolhaas will win, so I've started it. Had some Debbie Bliss Alpaca/Silk that I'm hoping will work. I didn't want to spend the money for the yak yarn although I'm sure it would have been lovely. This is for my daughter, a knitter also, who lives in Seattle.
Can hardly wait for the knit along. I've never done one either and I think I'll try my hand this time. Yeah---hand holding is good. By the way if you'd like to make your sister's sweater over again with the revised yarns I'll be happy to be your new best friend and be the recipient (HA!!!). You did a beautiful job AND I'm so envious of you two. CAIRO. WOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOW.
I vote for the Turn A Square Hat. It's in my queue on Ravelry already.
I love to knit items that challenge me, and this one, Kolhaus, looks like it would be one to do that. I had lessions when I was 21 and pregnant with my 2nd child, now retired I am learning more and more all the time and now my great grandchilren benefit. thanks for sharing the knowledge.
Koolhaus hat. My DIL wants one.
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I really like the Koolhaas hat it looks like it would be fun to knit.
though it will probably lose the vote, I will knit whatever is voted because all the hats are great
I like the Koolhaas hat.
Turn A Square Hat appeals to me. It's quick and allows for the use of scraps without looking too scrappy.
I have the Koolhaas pattern and want help with possible yarn substitutes. Have never done a KAL and think it would be a great nudge. This looks doable even if I am slow!
I was torn between the Turn A Square hat and the Koolhaas so I'll go with the majority and vote on KOOLHAAS!
The Koolhaas Hat
It's the Koolhaas hat for me!
The Koolaas Hat is a beautiful pattern and I look forward to being part of the Knit-a-long making it. I think it is a great pattern and seeing as I live in Seattle, it pays homage to the Seattle Public Library here. So many Seattlelites will be wearing this hat for years to come!