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  • The Hermaness Hats Knitting Pattern is designed by Gudrun Johnston and knitted in 4ply yarn.  The pattern contains instructions for both a beret and a beanie.  The hats are knitted bottom up from the ribbing with crown shaping.   They are knitted in the round a an lace pattern.

    The beanie is 47.5 cm in circumference at the brim and 23 cm tall from brim to crown.

    The beret is 48 cm in circumference at the brim and 21.5 cm tall from brim to crown (25.5 cm diameter at maximum point).

     

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    The Norie Beanie Hat Knitting Pattern is designed by Gudrun Johnston and knitted in DK yarn.  This is a straight forward pattern using 3.75mm circular needles and a Cat’s Paw lace pattern.
    The pattern is one size to fit head size 51-56 cm.
    You will need 240m of Double Knit yarn, a set of 3.75mm dpns and a 3.75mm 40cm long circular needle.

    This pattern took 90g Thames DK yarn.

  • This is a knitting pattern for a simple over-sized beanie knitted flat in a Chevron lace stitch. The pattern is for an average woman’s head. The hat may be knitted in a single colour, but adding some different colour stripes bring out the chevron pattern.

    The pattern contains instructions for a DK and a 4ply version.

  • knitting pattern for a neat, light, beanie with ribbed border and simple lace pattern. Hand knitted in our pure natural alpaca 4ply yarn. Average womans size

  • A simple cable pattern hat pattern knitted in Town End Pure Natural DK alpaca. A classic hat with a ribbed border and cable design knitted flat and seamed down the back.

  • A simple adult beanie hat with a textured Acorn stitch pattern. This hat is knitted in Town End Pure Natural DK Alpaca yarn.

  • This pattern is for a simple beanie in a Double Moss stitch pattern.

  • Jemima is an unashamedly vintage / old fashioned baby bonnet. Sometimes Jemima looks positively Elizabethan given the chance with a bit of vintage linen and lace. Ideal as a christening bonnet / fancy outfit bonnet or just for everyday if you’re that way inclined.
    The front band for Jemima is worked first, then stitches picked up along one edge and the crown knitted flat onto the band. The ties and i-cord edging are then worked onto the bottom edge of the bonnet.
    Sized to fit: 0-3(3-6, 6-12) months.
    Yarn: Town End Alpacas 100% Alpaca DK . 1 x 50g ball. Shown in Mid Fawn.

  • Based on our rather dashing Sca Fell Peak hat we give you Jeremy, a super-cute peaked cap for babies and toddlers. In these colours Jeremy is rather masculine, but you could make a lovely girly Jeremy in Ivory with a pink and cream pompom or with a pink bow instead.

    Tension: 21 sts and 27 rows to 10cm over stocking stitch in the round on 4mm needles.
    Tension for band: 18 sts and 36 rows to 10cm over garter st in the round on 4.5mm nds with yarn held double.
    Finished size: 33(37, 41.5)cm / 12½(14½, 16⅓)”.
    Yarn: Town End Pure Natural DK Alpaca, or Thames Alpaca Blend DK.
    Single colour hat: 1 x 50g ball. 4-colour hat: 1 x 50g ball of each colour, shown in Dark Fawn, Ivory, Light Mid Fawn and Pewter.
    4mm and 4.5mm dpns / circular needles, OR the size required to give you the correct tension. It might be easier to knit the Peak on straights or circs, but the rest of the hat is entirely up to your preference for knitting small diameters in the round.
    Your preferred needle / latch hook for darning ends in.

  • The lace patterned hat is knitted in the round using 4ply yarn The mittens are also knitted in the round from cuff to fingertip.
    Sizing: Hat: baby (toddler, child, adult S/M, L) Fits head measuring: 16 (18, 20, 22, 24)” around. Photos shown are adult S/M and toddler sizes.
    Mittens: toddler (child, adult S/M, adult L) Hand circumference: 6 (7, 7.75, 8.5) inches Finished length: 9 (9.5, 11, 11.5) inches
    Materials: Yarn: 4ply yarn Hat: 100 (120, 150, 175, 220) yds Mittens: 110 (150, 220, 240) yds
    Gauge: 26 sts / 4” in stocking st on smaller needles
    Needles: US #2 / 2.75 mm and US #3 / 3.25mm; or as req’d to meet gauge; 16 inch circular and double pointed needles in each size Notions: stitch markers, darning needle

  • A lace stitch patterned beret in DK yarn.
    Sizing: Baby (Toddler, Child, Adult S/M, Adult L) Fits head: 16 (18, 20, 22, 24) inches around. The photos shown are Adult S/M and toddler
    Materials: Yarn: 120 (140, 170, 200, 250) yds DK weight yarn
    Gauge: 22 sts / 4” in stockinette st on larger needles
    Needles: US #4 / 3.5 mm and US #6 / 4.0 mm (or as required to meet gauge), 16” circular and double pointed needles Notions: stitch markers, darning needle

  • This is a cables and lace family of hats by Alexa Ludeman. Cozy cables offer this slouchy hat a festive feel. With lace for the ladies and texture for the boys you can knit one up for everyone on your list!
    Sizing: Baby (Child, Adult Small, Medium, Large) To fit head measuring: 16 (18.5, 20, 22, 24) inches around Lady slouch is 7 (8, 8.5, 9, 9.5) inches tall Manly toque is 6 (6.5, 7.5, 8, 9) inches tall
    Materials: Yarn: 125 (150, 175, 200) yards aran weight yarn Needles: US #6 / 4mm and US #8 / 5mm (or as req’d to meet gauge); 16” circular and/or double pointed needles Gauge: 18 sts / 4” (gauge in stockinette stitch on larger needles) Notions: cable needle, stitch markers, darning needle
    Pattern: This hat is knit in the round from brim to crown. For a slouchy lacy hat, follow the ‘lady slouch’ instructions. For a cabled hat, follow the ‘manly toque’ instructions. To achieve a slouchy effect you should wet-block your finished hat aggressively over a balloon or dinner plate.

  • .This hat is knitted in the round using colourwork technique in double knit yarn.  The instructions contain  child, small adult (neat fit) and  large (slouchy  fit).  The illustration shows an optional fur pompom – extra yarn is required to make a pompom.

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