Hats, Hats, and More Hats

As I wrote earlier in the week, if there's one project that I can always get excited about, it's a hat. So, after queuing ("queue" is a very strange word to spell) The Fantastically Bowed Cardigan (i.e. the Big Bowed Cardigan) in Ravelry, I was cruising around Blogland and I saw this (again, photo stolen, but saved to my own server):

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It's Sarah's Columbia Beret (free pattern). The little detail on the top will work perfectly with the scarf detail on the cardigan. And because one is knit and the other is crochet the two together won't be too matchy matchy.

Because if there's one thing we don't like here at Subway Knitter, it's matchy matchy.

 

i love that hat! i also queued it :)

Oh now this is cute. I've been eyeing that cardigan in Interweave Crochet too. Can't wait to see the beret and cardi paired together. ^_^

I have a rather simple question that I hope you will answer. You might think it is a stupid question but I was always told that the only stupid question was the one not asked. So here goes...what does DK stand for when talking about the weight of yarn?
Please answer or direct me to where I can get the answer.

Fabulous hat!

 

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