Category Archives: hats

Three More Knitted Hats

The first hat was knit using the pattern Jason’s Cashmere Hat by Melissa Thomson.  The yarn is Malabrigo Yarn Rios in colorway Diana (#886).  I think I may keep this one. The second one was knit at my husband’s request.  … Continue reading

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Two Gingerbread Hats

Recently knit these two hats using the pattern Gingerbread Hat by Angela Whisnant.  I bought Super Traveler yarn by Dragonfly Fibers at my local yarn shop (Yarn Kandy) in colorway Turning Leaves.  They only had one skein but I thought … Continue reading

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Three Hats

I have been knitting hats lately.  Here are three that I’ve finished.  The first one is knit using the pattern Bankhead by Susie Gourlay.  The yarn is Rowan Pure Wool Superwash Worsted (186 Lagoon colorway). These two are knit using … Continue reading

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Tied Knots Hat

I knit this hat using the pattern Tied Knots by Justyna Lorkowsa.  The yarn is Lion brand Wool Ease in a gray color.  Not sure yet who will be gifted this hat or whether it will go to charity.

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Two Knitted Hats

Recently knit these two hats.  The first one was knit using the pattern Perfect Slouch Hat by Susan Sheby.  The yarn is Knit Collage Cast Away in colorway Nomad. As I had size 13 needles rather than size 15 the … Continue reading

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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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