Last night I almost ran home to escape the freezing cold and the icy wind. I needed a hat, and I certainly have lots of hats, but like all knitters, once I was home, I decided I need a new one.
Here are a few good hat patterns I found and thought you might like too. Looks like Winter 2016 will be cold after all!
Baa-ble Hat by Donna Smith
Sheep are hard to resist, especially this flock in their green field under a snowy sky. Sized to fit most adults, Baa-ble Hat is knit with 4 shades of worsted weight yarn like Brooklyn Tweed Shelter or Fibre Company Canopy Worsted.
Fishbones by Mary Jane Mucklestone
Fishbones uses stranded colorwork and an optional pom-pom for a fun hat. It’s made with 2 shades of Berroco Ultra Alpaca Light or other sportweight yarn like Loop Studio.
Buck’s Hat by Thea Colman
Crag by Jared Flood
Crag is a handsome cap with a geometric motif of interlocking tiered cables. It’s deep texture allows it to work with dark colors, making it a good choice for fans of black, charcoal, and navy. Made with 2 skeins of Brooklyn Tweed Shelter.
Abra Hat by Laura Singewald
It’s hard to beat the wonderful texture of seed stitch, especially in light and chunky Brooklyn Tweed Quarry. For a different range of colors, try Fibre Company Tundra. Abra is a unisex hat and is made with just 1 skein!