Ok, so just to recap, for those not hanging on my every word, in January of 2017 I cast on a hat. Presumably I finished it not too long after & then cast on some mitts to match and finished them too.
Then, instead of, releasing the pattern like a normal person, I proceeded to shove the finished objects in a box, move them from Ohio to Maine, fling them into the depths of my deepest office storage, and forget about them them until December of 2019.
At which point I discovered them and once again failed to do the thing I literally do as a job whereby I write patterns and release them. On no. Instead I spent January of 2020 reknitting a perfectly good and lovely hat that already existed.
And, then for some reason that completely eludes me, I stopped when the hat had a few dozen stitches left, yanked it off the needles, and threw it back in the closet.
Where it languished.
With its twin.
Until…wait for it…wait for it…June of 2021.
At which point it again bubbled to the top of the churning sea of yarn and projects that is my office (and my brain). And I managed to get it back on the needles and finished.
And yet, those of you paying close attention at home will note that this hat is not among my existing patterns. Despite June of 2021 being Quite Some Time Ago.
Which clearly means there is more to this saga. Which we shall cover next time.
Because by god I am apparently dragging you all along on this edition of Hunter Pieces Together Her Knitting History From Old Photos, whether you want me to or not. Sorry about that.