The Indie Design Gift-A-Long is now into its second week and crafting continues apace with over 300 items completed already. Over the next few days I'm going to be featuring designs that have caught my eye, one category at a time. Today I'm looking at hats.
Skookum by Evie Scott is worked in fingering weight. I love the textured pattern on this hat formed by cables and twisted stitches.
Another fingering weight hat, Lacy Screech Owls hat by Sara Huntington Burch uses one of my favourite lace stitch patterns to make a slightly slouchy hat, ideal for autumn or spring.
One for the kids now, this adorable colourwork hat is Dino Topper by Ursula Almeida. I just thought this was so cute!
I love the cable detail and the style of this one, Honeysuckle Hat by Nicole Montgomery
Rian hat by Loraine Birchall uses sport weight yarn to create this pretty lace hat with a picot edge. There is also a matching cowl pattern available if you like your accessories as a set - ideal for giving as gifts.
Finally, Candy Buttons hat by Elizabeth Felgate caught my eye with its cheery pops of colour and fun pompom. This one is sized from baby up to small adult.
I love to knit, to design patterns and to talk about knitting!