Indie Design GAL: Hats

Indie Design GAL: Hats

This is part of my on-going Indie Designer Gift-A-Long 2018 series. Starting on November 26th, one to two times a week I will be highlighting 4-6 designs from my fellow designers also participating in the event.

Don’t forget to join in the fun, we’re all over here chatting up a storm.

Nautilina Beret by Elizabeth Sullivan

From The pattern description
This retro beret pattern is inspired by the mod style of the 1960s. The reverse woven stitch band provides a perfect place to showcase a one-of-a-kind button. A shell-like whorl is created by ridges that spiral inward from the band to the crown.

Available in one size, and uses approximately 160 yds of worsted weight yarn.


Snapshot by Natasha Stills

From The pattern description
Snapshot is a charted colorwork hat made with fingering weight yarn. Just in time to make a holiday gift for the photography aficionado on your list. (Who am I kidding, you should totally make this for you. Selfish knitting for the win!)

Available in two sizes, and uses approximately 230 yds of each colour in fingering weight yarn.


Tracery by Handmade by Smine

From The pattern description
Tracery recollects the light and airy open stonework featured in many medieval buildings, especially in their window frames. The narrow cables look intricate but are not difficult to work. Once you have established the pattern it should become mostly intuitive.

Available in one size, and uses approximately 140-150 yds of DK weight yarn.


Life of the Crystal by Mona Zillah

From The pattern description
This is a pattern for a knitted tammy worked using the stranded colourwork technique. It is worked from the bottom rib up with decreases shaping the crown. One sample was worked in 7 colours and the other in 2. This pattern contains instructions and charts for both versions.

Available in one size, and uses approximately 280-300 yds of fingering weight yarn.


Marmarosh Hat by Pelykh Natalie

A beautiful cozy cable toque, with the real crowning jewel being its intricate crown.

Available in six sizes, and uses approximately 312-416 yds of fingering weight yarn.


Swirled Peace by Lisa K. Ross

From The pattern description
This hat is worked in two colors of Anzula Gerty, with natural wooly goodness that plumps when blocked. The swirls are created with stranded knitting, intended for knitters with colorwork experience who are comfortable trapping floats as needed. Take some time for yourself.

Available in three sizes, and uses approximately 205-300 yds of fingering weight yarn.

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