Alright, I know no one wants to think about thick winter hats in August... but I need to get started on my winter stock for my craft show in November and for the 909 shop. But before I make too many hats I wanted some opinions. Above are two hats with slightly different patterns (only dealing with the length of the fold-over). These are the thicker-knit (is that word still appropriate considering they're crocheted hats?) of my patterns. They're done with two skeins of yarn (duh). So I have three questions.
1. Do you prefer thicker hats or thinner hats (see below)?
2. Do you like the look of the two different colored yarns or would you prefer a solid color throughout?
3. How long do you like the fold-over on a hat?
These are the thinner knits, using only one skein of yarn. The purple one is tiny tiny...that was my first try with the new pattern. The blue one fits perfectly. At least my head. I'm going to go ahead and assume my head is a pretty regular sized head. I don't know what people say about me behind my back, but I'm guessing one of the things isn't something about my strangely shaped head.
I prefer the look of the thicker knits and enjoy making them more... but it's about the public. THE PUBLIC. That sounds pretty weird. Anyway, I'd love as many opinions as I can get! So please let me know!