I am happy to tell you that there is a new addition to my pattern line!
And yes.. since you asked.... I AM proud of myself for completing this pattern while having a new baby in the house! :)
Although I seem to be designing at a snail's pace these days, I am very happy with how this hat turned out.
The cable pattern weaves through itself and is very fun to work up. Also.. the entire project knits up quickly with a worsted weight yarn. The end result is a squishy, cozy, elegant hat, perfect for a cold winter's day.
For the hat pictured, I chose The Fibre Company Organik yarn in Arctic Tundra after being
inspired by this lovely knit. What a fabulous yarn this is!
This is my first time working with it, and the texture of this yarn is amazing.
Soft, slightly shiny, slight halo.. gorgeous.
Here is the pattern information for those of you interested in knitting up a Winter Trails hat of your very own:
(fits 19–23” / 48–58cm head circumference)
Brim Circumference approx 17” / 43cm unstretched.
The Fibre Company Organik [70% Merino, 15% Alpaca, 15% Silk; 98 yd/90m per 1.75 oz / 50g skein]; color: Arctic Tundra; 2 skeins or approx 180 yd / 165m of a worsted weight wool or wool blend.
Alternate Yarns: Cascade Yarns Venezia Worsted, Madelinetosh Tosh Merino, Malabrigo Merino Worsted
1 16” / 40cm US7 / 4.5mm circular needle for brim.
1 16” / 40cm US8 / 5mm circular needle for body of hat.
1 set of US8 / 5mm double pointed needles
18 sts/ 24 rows = 4" / 10cm in Stockinette stitch on US8 / 5mm needles or size needed for accurate gauge.
The pattern contains both charted and written instructions.
As always, thank you to Julie Crawford for modeling and to her husband for the excellent photography.
I hope that you enjoy the pattern!