Autumn Glove & Blue Hat

Discussion in 'Fashion and Crafts' started by Ursula Buendia, Aug 30, 2005.

  1. Ursula Buendia

    Ursula Buendia Member

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    Hallo dear creative hippysouls,
    I just want to share with you two of my works, that I did last month after exams.
    I'm too lazy to knit another glove, so today I got only one..
    I plan to make internet shop.. what do you think, have I chances? :&
    Btw, I don't know how this style of hat is called in english. Maybe you do?
    :)
    With Love,
    Ursula Buendia

    P.S. I'm not so sick, as on the pic ..:)
     
  2. YellowBellyHippy

    YellowBellyHippy Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

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    Good work! I love the hat!
     
  3. icedteapriestess

    icedteapriestess linguistic freak

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    In Canada, it's called a Toque (too-ke). In Ohio they call them 'Boggins. You could just call it a "Woolen Winter Hat" and have most everyone get it.
     
  4. fruit bat

    fruit bat All dumplings are real.

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    AHah Yep, looks like you got yourself a Toque there. Boggins!? Never heard that before.

    Diggin the laziness and the solitary glove. :D You can pretend your hand is a calico hedgehog with that piece. :D
     
  5. tigerlily

    tigerlily proud mama

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    i was thinking beanie... the glove and hat are both very cute, i think you could definitely sell those things online :)
     
  6. knitin.chick

    knitin.chick Members

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    so cute! i love the fuzzy part on the gloves! :D
     
  7. supermommy

    supermommy wannabe crackho

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    im goin with beanie....idedteapriestess yer on crack missus...wtf is a boggin? Ohioans scare me now...
     
  8. icedteapriestess

    icedteapriestess linguistic freak

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    Ohioian scare me too... although you haven't lived until you've watched a gaggle of them try to figure out how to work a freaking traffic circle... "Look kids, Big Ben... Parliment".
     
  9. SandalScout

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    I used to live in indiana, and some people there called them tobaggons (as in a sled?)... I bet that's where boggin came from...
     
  10. mrsmorrison27

    mrsmorrison27 yoda piss

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    soo cute! i call it a boggin or toboggon
     
  11. mrsmorrison27

    mrsmorrison27 yoda piss

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    or skull cap we call the shorter ones that and the others that come past the ears boggins or tobogins (sp?)
     
  12. fruit bat

    fruit bat All dumplings are real.

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    toboggan. :D
     
  13. celtgrrl

    celtgrrl batty woman

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  14. Levi

    Levi Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

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    Those are lovely!


    Mittens are like socks. I make sure I cast on the second one as soon as I finish the first to keep my knitting momentum going.

    I love the colors.
     
  15. Ursula Buendia

    Ursula Buendia Member

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    Oh thank you all very very much! I'm so glad that you find it not bad. :)
    also thank you for hat names, I'll write them all down in my notebook :)
    You are all so nice! :)

    I'm full of LovE!!! WooHOoO!
     
  16. Jack-a-Roe

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    i'm from the beach of nc....its toboggin to me or beanie...never heard of toque....it is super awesome though
     

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