The next row on the cap will be the first decrease row! Look at how little white yarn I have left. I have another skein of the white yarn, but will be irked to no end if I have to wind another ball to finish off the last few rows of this hat. Which of course means that I will get within 50 stitches of the end, and run out white yarn.
I’m going to run a little contest on this one — guess how close to the end of the hat I will be before I run out of yarn, and the closest guess wins! Wins what, I dunno yet. A personalized spice blend (I make a mean curry powder)? Some embroidery goodies? A little tin of fancy jasmine tea? Made to order stitch markers ( we just got a dedicated sculpey oven!)?
Winner to be announced sometime on Saturday, or whenever I finish the hat – which ever comes second!
This is so lovely! I love the color combo & the pattern. 🙂 I am praying for you that you don’t run out, but I know you will have like 2 rounds left and won’t be able to stretch it any further.
hmm – I say…within 30 stitches. Or – 3 rounds.
Gorgeous hat! I’ll be optimistic and guess that you make it with just enough yarn to weave in the end.
I’m going to guess that you’ll have four rounds left when the yarn runs out, but I hope you have enough.
I’d say you’ll have about 50 stitches…
The hat is GORGEOUS! I’ll say 25 stitches.
absolutely beautiful. You don’t actually have to wind the new skein…you could just pull off a couple yards and tie it back together 😉