I’m very excited to announce my newest pattern – Trochu!
Trochu is a cabled toque, knit from the bottom up, and named after a small town in Central Alberta, Canada. Knit in a light worsted weight yarn and using a smaller needle gauge, this toque creates a denser fabric, protecting against the cold wind that barrels down the Rocky Mountains and whistles across the Canadian prairies in winter.
This toque is designed to be either worn as a slouch, or with a rolled brim for a more traditional toque, and comes with both charted and written instructions.
Check out the pattern page here and the Ravelry page here.
And don’t forget to check out the faux fur pom pom tutorial on the blog right here, so you can finish your toque off with one.