Last winter, right after I learned how to knit, I didn't know what I didn't know. I made my sister a hat, and it was too small. Then I made her another hat, and it was just right. Then I made myself a hat which I wore and wore and wore. And still wear, although I can never get a great picture of it. It didn't occur to me to write up a pattern right away, but luckily I took notes.
This winter, my sister told me that she'd lost the hat-that-was-just-right, and asked if I'd make her another hat. Would I! I made her a hat in exchange for her modeling time. Sometimes I'm so cold I wonder if I'll ever be warm again, but then I just put on my hat and I'm warm. Or at least, my ears are warm! So my new hat pattern is called Glacier.
Here are a few pictures of my sister in her hat from the photo shoot I mentioned earlier.
Pattern: Glacier (rav link)
Yarn: Manos de Uruguay Wools Clasica in Powder
Needles: US8, Addis of course!
And she modeled the cowl I made for myself, also. Aren't sisters great!