Pattern Types: Hat

Leaf Keeper Hat

By Stephanie Lotven   From Ravelry: “Inspired by my daughter’s obsession with ‘nature collecting,’ this little hat celebrates spring. On the first warm day of the season, we walk around our neighborhood stuffing our pockets full of the new ‘baby leaves.’ The Leaf Keeper hat is a lightweight open-work project perfect for keeping little explorers …

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Blacklight Broderie Slouch

From Ravelry “Broderie Anglaise (French: English Embroidery) is an eyelet stitch typically used for white yarn. In this case, we’ve done the opposite – working this special eyelet on vibrant, colorful yarn to make the stitches really pop! Suggested yarn is Dragonfly Fiber’s Pixie base in the Julia’s Tresses colorway. Any fingering weight yarn can …

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Whin

By Nikki Van De CarAs described by the designer: ‘Whin hat is worked from the bottom-up with a two-color rib brim, It includes intuitive colorwork, and a slight slouch.’

Travelling to Infinity Hat

By Corrine WalcherAs described by the designer: ‘This hat was designed as a companion for the Travelling to Infinity Cowl, designed and knit on an unexpected trip to Canadas far North. It is knit in the round and completely reversible and customizable. Approximately 20 circumference, stretches to 24.5.’

Acres Wild Hat

By KnittingPirateAs described by the designer:’Acres Wild is a hat with cabled slip stitches that looks more complicated than it really is. The quilted stitch pattern breaks up pooling in variegated yarn, and continues up into the crown to form a five-pointed star. Due to the way the stitch pattern comes together in the crown, …

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Harper Blake

By Lynn Di CristinaAs described by the designer: ‘

Harper Blake

By Lynn Di CristinaAs described by the designer: ‘

Suzanne Toque

By Julie TurjomanAs described by the designer: ‘The Suzanne Toque is worked in one piece from the bottom up. Instructions for the Dragon Skin Rise pattern are provided in chart format.’

Cinias

By Lynn Di CristinaAs described by the designer: ‘