As promised, I am sharing with you the awesome photos I walked away with after the Dabble product photography class, aren’t they great?! We were told in advance to bring a few items to photograph and knew I just had to bring my newly-finished speckled hat. If you haven’t seen it yet, Hannah, the lovely lady behind Hetterson designed this gorgeous hat pattern for Frolic, and it was honestly the most fun I’ve had knitting. My husband says it’s his favorite thing I’ve knit and I’d have to agree with him. Thanks so much for sharing this gem Chelsea and Hannah!
I also brought my WIP to photograph, this is the start of my first set of mittens, wish me luck!
I gotta say, it’s gonna be hard to photograph my knitting projects at home now, I may have to enlist Erika and her studio’s help for all my knits, uh oh, this hobby of mine just became really expensive.
Beautiful hat! and i love the chain construction of your mitten yarn.
Thanks @paigesato! I do hope the mittens turn out well, I’m nervous about the thumbs! :)
I love the hat and the photos are fantastic!
Thanks so much @Hannah Ackroyd!
it’s sooooo awesome Dee! I love it! what brand of yarn did you use? I made mine out of Knitpicks Biggo for the main color, but I used a hand spun for the hearts and so wherever the yarn was tightly spun (skinny) the hearts don’t pop out like these do. the white on red combo is perfect! I want to make it again but with bulky yarns for both colors….
@hannasaurusrex I used the quince and co puffin yarn that was suggested and I loved it! The only thing I would do differently next time is make the ribbing a bit longer, the hat is a tad bit shorter than I like (I have a big head), but other than that, I love my new hat so much! :)
oh nice! i looked at the quince yarn online, i’ll have to try it sometime! i definitely want to make the pattern again… it’s a great hat!
Your hat turned out so cute!!!!! I have to say it’s really wonderful getting to see folks using and enjoying our tutorials! Makes me so happy :)