Category Archives: hats

Two Knitted Hats

I finished these two hats recently.  The first one was knit using the pattern “Icehouse Hat” by Melissa LaBarr.  The darker yarn is a wool or wool blend from my scrap basket (unsure what it is).  The lighter yarn is … Continue reading

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Two Pink Declan’s Hats

I knit these two small hats (one baby size, one toddler size) for a friend’s two daughters.  The pattern is Declan’s Hat by Samantha Kirby.  The yarn is Plymouth Yarn Encore Worsted in neon pink.  The hats look good without … Continue reading

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Two Knitted Hats

The first hat was knit using PS Yarn (100% alpaca purchased at a local street fair, lovely yarn) in a slate color.  The pattern is Dembow hat by Susan Dittrich.  I think I may give it to a friend. It … Continue reading

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Slouch Hat

I bought this yarn (100% alpaca, blue/gold color) at a street festival.  I used it to knit this hat (so very soft).  The pattern is0-1133 Finnley’s Hat by DROPS design.  It will most likely go to a niece.

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Illilouette Slouch Hat

I knit this hat using two leftover yarns.  The yarn is Lion Brand Wool-Ease Sportweight.  The pattern is Illilouette Hat by Jenna Swanson.  I plan to donate to the Knitting for Noggins program at our local children’s hospital. 

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Leftovers Siksak Hat

This hat was knit using leftover yarn from prior projects.  The pattern is Siksak by Hanna Leväniemi;  I knit the band 2.75 in as I knew I wouldn’t have enough yarn for the 6 in the pattern states. I like … Continue reading

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Knitting for Noggins Hats

During the past year I knit several hats that were deliberately made for Knitting for Noggins or just weren’t gifted to friends/family.  These are some I have not featured in prior posts like the Illilouette Hat.   I sent them a … Continue reading

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