Hats 305 to 307: Caught up and fruity

A little tub with some alpine strawberry plants growing inside, and three stripey hats.

No strawberries thus far...

Look! Annie kindly gave me this packet of alpine strawberry growingness, and I sowed the seeds and now there’s loads of plants! When they’re a bit bigger I’m going to start splitting them, and I’m looking forward to getting tiny weeny strawberries.

This is sort of on theme, because except for a little bit of freakish green these hats are all very berry. I had a strand of purple banging about so I chucked it into one of the bobbles. Some ends-of-balls have been used up, satisfying my need for tidiness in the tiny hat box. And… WAIT FOR IT…

I AM BACK ON TRACK! I am totally up to date with hats, and thank goodness, I now feel able to get on with some of the knitting obligations I have. Sorry, world, I’m working on it.

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