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.Favorite knits.



I first thought I would just post a couple of photos of me from the past days, but then I realised I'm wearing a few of my favourite knits in all of them. So I decided to show you the knits I've worn the most. I already mentioned earlier that my favourite socks are definitely my Linesx3 and Phloem socks, so this time I will show more of hats and pullovers. The photo above is not the best quality, but I'm wearing my Bough cap in it. It's such a cute hat and I love wearing it, it makes me happy every time.


This is what I'm wearing today. The pullover is from my pre-Ravelry-time and something I made up as I knit. The socks are my Rumpelstiltskin socks


Another pullover that has been in frequent use is my Papillon. I knit it with cotton yarn so I love the smoothness of it against my skin. The colour is also wonderfully peaceful.



My favourite pullover for lounging around the house is definitely my Skagen. It just so amazingly soft and warm. The colour of it is also one of my favourites all time.




And to mention one more of my favourites: the Bray cap. This is the one I have worn the most this winter.





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