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February 05, 2015

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marylou

Testament of Youth first got me interested in WW1 - I hope this is half as good as the mini series and book.

LaceLady

I also LOVE this hat! wonderful post ~ it has been a fabulous armchair travel to look at so many wonderful projects, trips, books, and treasures!

Shona williams

Does anyone have a pattern for the lovely knitted hat above ??

Jeanne

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Shona, I havent seen a period beret pattern like this one, but I suppose you could cobble one together out of a favorite tam pattern I think Ann Budd has a recipe in one of her Knitters Handy books, and there are two possible sources at Knitty, http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEdf13/PATTdreamingofshetland.phphttp://www.knitty.com/ISSUEwinter07/PATTtam.htmlonly work it in garter stitch. I would start with a strip of garter sewn or grafted to itself to make a ring, then pick up stitches along one edge to work the rest of the hat.Best,Jeanne

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  • "'Then I am the first,' cried Pullings with infinite satisfaction. 'Let me wish you and Mrs. Aubrey all the joy in the world.' He grasped Jack's limp, wondering hand, wrung it numb, and showed the printed page, reading aloud, '"At Ashgrove Cottage, Chilton Admiral, in Hants, the lady of Captain Aubrey, of the Boadicea, of a son and heir,"' following the words with his finger.

    'Give it here,' said Jack. He grasped the magazine, sloped the page to the light and pored over it intently.

    '"At Ashgrove Cottage, Chilton Admiral, in Hants, the lady of Captain Aubrey, of the Boadicea, of a son."

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    Killick took the handful of money, put it slowly into his pocket with a look of extreme suspicion and walked out of the cabin, his lips pursed in disapproval. Jack leapt from his seat, took several turns fore and aft, chuckling from time to time, his mind filled with mingled love, happiness, fulfilment, and a most piercing nostalgia."

    -- from The Mauritius Command by Patrick O'Brian

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