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If you have the adult pattern written up, I'd love to test knit that! Ear flap hats are always welcome up here in Winterpeg.

Grandma Stewart

That's our girl! What a beautiful picture of her. She is really growing up too -- we noticed. Oh yes -- love the hat too.


I'd love to test knit the hat - I always have to knit new ones to replace the ones the kids 'misplace' so it would be fun to try a new pattern and this one looks very nice and interesting. And I think my girl would actually try to keep this one! :D


I will cheer on the test knitters from afar...that hat is awesome, though. Definitely will go in the queue


It's a lovely hat, looks like it's fun to knit - I'd love to testknit it for you!!


Ooh! I'd love to test knit. What a great looking hat. (And that colorway is just divine.)


I'd love to test knit the hat! I planned to knit it when I saw the blue one on your blog, and have been waiting for this pattern. I have even bought two skeins of Merely Worsted - just waiting for it. I might be a bit childish, but I love earflap hats, so warm and lovely here in the cold north!

I knitted Kirsten Kapurs "Millers hat" in your Bluefaced Bliss worsted earlier this winter, and that is also a perfect yarn for hats. It took a little more that one skein.


count me in if you still need test knitters!
love the hat and it would be perfect for the boy

mary lou

I think I'll just wait and buy the pattern!


If you still need knitters I would be happy to test knit for you any time.


If you're still needing test knitters, I'd be happy to! Adult or children's sizes. :)


I'd love to test knit it for you. And -the expression - genuinely soft and lovely could describe your daughter. What a beauty!


I will totally test knit it for you! We had a sad incident in our household this weekend. Both my husband AND son's toques disappeared after two winters of hard wearing. So either the adult of kid size would work for us!


beautiful hat, and so is the model :)

I love knitting hats, and go by "yarninround" on ravelry (no "g") if you want to see if I'd make a good test knitter...

Another Joan

As I am still (re)knitting my Olympic project, I'm off the test knitting offer list but looking forward to the pattern. It surely can't take as long as this sweater is taking! Also: lovely model!

Grandma Cox

I have to agree with Grandma Cox that we have a lovely granddaughter and the hat looks great. Too bad I don't knit.

Grandma Cox

Oops - I meant to say Grandma Stewart.
Sorry about that.


How many test knitters can you use? I'm always ready to test anything for you!


Hi. It would be great to be a pattern tester. I love knitting hats, mittens etc
because they go so fast.

Deborah (aka Mt. Mom)

Still looking for test knitters? I'm interested. Child size preferred. Thanks!

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