Frame your face with clean lines and classic patterns in this colorfully cabled hat! Seamlessly knitted with just one color at-a-time, the sporty silhouette boasts a stylishly sloped headband and contrasting rope cables on a classic garter crown. Best of all? The clever pattern produces no unsightly floats on the back - and no seams to sew. Sized from child to adult in slouchy and fitted versions, you can even choose a shaped or straight headband to convey your own sense of style.
A warm, cozy cowl is the thing to reach for once the fall winds begin to howl and this playfully textured piece in three sizes (S/M/L) is a delicious example. Worked entirely in the round, the easy to master knit/purl panels are accented by cabled “fence posts”. The unisex design works up speedily in a light, lofty sport weight yarn for a gift that will appeal to any member of the family. This project travels well and is a good choice for knitters new to cable stitch work.
A cozy, lightweight hat for when Spring starts hinting it has arrived, this hat is a slightly slouchy beanie with a section that looks like flower buds. Originally knit to show off some beautiful sportweight handspun - a CVM wool/yak blend by Herie7 - it would look equally lovely in a fuzzy sportweight or DK yarn.
This reversible cowl has all (or nearly all) the colors of the rainbow: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, etc. The woven stitch center provides visual interest by breaking up the color pattern of the single crochet borders. With minimal finishing, it is quick and easy to make. Wear it buttoned in two different ways for a versatile cold-weather accessory.