While I thought about pulling a number out of a hat, with 152 comments, that didn’t seem feasible.  Instead, I used a random number generator and got this:

Random Integer Generator

Here are your random numbers:

127

Timestamp: 2007-12-19 13:39:28 UTC

Congratulations Jen!

For the record, I don’t know what tuck stitches are either!  Jen, email me your address and I will get the book in the mail to you right away.

In other knitting matters, here is Fatty’s completed hat.  It’s been finished for awhile now, but I’ve neglected to take photos until now.

Fattys_hat_013_1_1

I wanted to post the pattern for you all, but just haven’t had the time to write it all down.  The 70’s ski hat over on the Purl Bee is made almost the same way.  Theirs has stripes, mine has fair isle  and theirs has two decreases and mine has four decreases per round.  On mine, I knit one round between my decrease rounds.  Have I lost you?  If you need help, email me and I will try my best to explain it better.  I do use the provisional cast on, but, alas, no cashmere for Fatty.  Just some super soft bel air by ggh.  Love that yarn.  I used it to make these mitts for Meg which just happen to match the green cabled hat.  Coincidence?  I think not.

Back tomorrow with a completed project I can actually share (imagine that!) and my newest wrapping technique.

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