Pattern Types: Hat


By Kate OatesAs described by the designer: ‘This cabled hat for babies & children can be worked either as a stocking cap or a beanie. Its worked bottom up with a ribbed brim, the original cable panel is set on a reverse stockinette background.’

Phoenix Hat

By Aoibhe NiAs described by the designer: ‘A unique tunisian-lace surface cabled hat, with a big, cheerful button to top it off. Clear instructions and informative links to explain the linked stitches used in this hat are included in the pattern text.’

Painted Desert

By Stephannie Tallent As described by the designer: ‘This quick to knit textured hat really shows off the yarn! It’s worked from the brim up, with various stitch patterns evoking the striations of the different mineral layers in the hills of the Painted Desert. The Chevron Welt Fantastic biases the fabric to let all the …

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By Callie MaidhofAs described by the designer: ‘ This hat is worked in the round from the crown down through the extended earflaps. The cable patterns are given in both chart form and row-by-row instructions.’


By Kate OatesAs described by the designer: ‘This charming hat can be knit as a slouch (shown in size small) or a beanie. Its worked all in one piece with no seaming, including the clever little overlap at the brim. The hat also includes an asymmetrical eyelet cable pattern going all the way up that …

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Spiced Wine

By Laura Aylor. As described by the designer: ‘Some room in the top of this bulky hat helps keep it from totally flattening your hair! Twisted stitches outline zigzagging lines of stockinette and reverse stockinette above a simple garter band that is custom fitted. Skills Needed: Long-tail cast on, right and left twists, decreasing sample …

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By Laura Aylor As described by the designer: ‘Companion hat to the Apfelwein cowl. The same cables-over-ribbing stitch pattern is used to give texture and stretch. Bulky yarn means it knits up quickly and no blocking is necessary. The cables require a couple of steps but are not difficult. Instructions for working cables with and …

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Damsel on These Tresses

By Karima Sundari As described by the designer:’I created this design after falling madly in love with so many colors of Dragonfly yarn. The hat knits up quickly and has an easy cable pattern that shows off their beautiful tonal shades. The hat is knit in the round ribbing and cables. The decreases for the …

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Candy Cane Beanie and Beret

By Rosi Garmendia As described by the designer: ‘Dropped stitches make the cables on this chunky hat loose so they pop out of their seed stitch background. Worked up in a super bulky yarn, these hats make great last-minute gifts.’

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