Noro Wurm Hat – Part 1

A couple of months ago when I had to leave my old job in the UK one of my leaving gifts was some lovely Noro yarn with instructions for the Wurm hat. I usually don’t buy the Noro yarns as they are a little pricey but they are incredibly beautiful so I was so happy about that gift that I started knitting immediately. Then I started moving house and it somehow disappeared.

Although it is about 30°C at the moment and I have the sun tan of my life (yes, sun, at last!) I decided I need a nice wooly hat (you never know, might get chilly in the mountains) so I digged it out of the big “unfinished projects box”. You can find the pattern for it here at ravelry. The bottom is worked double so it should keep my ears warm and it looks cute. I am half way through and can’t wait to see it finished.

I am using 2 skeins of Noro Yuzen (56% Wool, 34% Silk, 10% Kid Mohair, 50gr, 110m).

 

Noro Wurm Hat – Part 2 

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One thought on “Noro Wurm Hat – Part 1

  1. Laura says:

    I look forward to seeing your finished hat! I love the colourway of Noro you’re using.

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