26 November 2010


A knit-to–fit hat that you can wear all day long. In my neck of the woods Fall always brings wind and with it, branches, needles and twigs everywhere. This simple hat was inspired by the abundance of earthy branches in my neighborhood after an Autumn storm.

Yarn: Nashua Handknits; Vignette, 1 skein
Colorway: Earth (this is a bulky yarn.)
Needles:  US 9 (Circular with 30” cable for “magic-loop” method to close the hat top.)

The finished hat was 3.5” deep. The integrated I-cord edge helps the hat to “snug” down on the top of your head.

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  1. lovely hat--at first i was wondering how you got the stripes.. (d'oh!) I was distracted by the snow!
    (its been raining hereabouts (NYC) and in the 50°s
    No snow yet!

  2. How lovely! I just finished a "Folk Art for your Head" (that I've been meaning to knit for ages) and I just love it. Thank you for such great patterns.

  3. So glad I found you before the 15th:) Thanks for the great pattern. I am thinking we may live in the same neck of the woods.


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