Although this hat would have made Heathcliff swoon even more if he saw Catherine wearing it, it’s just as stylish on the streets of New York with the right coat or cape.

Although this hat would have made Heathcliff swoon even more if he saw Catherine wearing it, it’s just as stylish on the streets of New York with the right coat or cape.

Add some glitz to your hat with a carry-along metallic yarn like Scoubidou, or keep it simple using just the chunky yarn on its own.

LoLo's Newsboy Cap pattern by YIYO Designs

Add some glitz to your hat with a carry-along metallic yarn like Scoubidou, or keep it simple using just the chunky yarn on its own.

Cool and sophisticated and fun to knit! With this hat, you can leave the top down on your classic convertible as you motor along the French Riviera east of Marseille, no matter how sunny the day … and you’ll have the time to do so, since the piece is knit in the round in one seamless piece from the top of crown down to edge of the brim; there is no need for wire, sewn-in seam tape, or anything but Tofutsies yarn to achieve the resultant shaping,

San Tropez Sun Hat pattern by G. K. Green

Cool and sophisticated and fun to knit! With this hat, you can leave the top down on your classic convertible as you motor along the French Riviera east of Marseille, no matter how sunny the day … and you’ll have the time to do so, since the piece is knit in the round in one seamless piece from the top of crown down to edge of the brim; there is no need for wire, sewn-in seam tape, or anything but Tofutsies yarn to achieve the resultant shaping,

The Erwin Mills in Durham, NC produced cotton and denim starting in the 1890s. By the roaring 20s, the mills were fertile territory for unionization as workers tried to improve their lot, leading to a strike across Durham cotton mills in 1934. This little striped cloche, knit in worsted yarn, pays tribute to the mill workers of Durham. The button detail and folded seed stitch brim add a bit of modern flair to a simple flapper style.

Erwin Mills Cloche pattern by Sarah Sipe

The Erwin Mills in Durham, NC produced cotton and denim starting in the 1890s. By the roaring 20s, the mills were fertile territory for unionization as workers tried to improve their lot, leading to a strike across Durham cotton mills in 1934. This little striped cloche, knit in worsted yarn, pays tribute to the mill workers of Durham. The button detail and folded seed stitch brim add a bit of modern flair to a simple flapper style.

I wanted to push the boundary of simple, ordinary stripes and wondered what it’d be like to take inspiration from cable knitting and combine it with playful colors. The combination of stripes and twisted stitch colorwork results in a pattern that looks deceptively harder than it really is. The techniques I use in this design create color patterns that pop without the fuss of stranded colorwork or intarsia.

Fantome Hat pattern by Anne Kuo Lukito

I wanted to push the boundary of simple, ordinary stripes and wondered what it’d be like to take inspiration from cable knitting and combine it with playful colors. The combination of stripes and twisted stitch colorwork results in a pattern that looks deceptively harder than it really is. The techniques I use in this design create color patterns that pop without the fuss of stranded colorwork or intarsia.

This is a super easy cloche style hat that’s made to show off your favorite heavy yarns. It requires approximately 150 yards of heavy worsted weight or Aran yarn to make a large hat, a pretty matching decorative button to hold up the side brim, and 2 circular needles or 5 straights to knit in the round. The simple construction lets your yarn be the star; it works well with long-color shifting yarns, multi-colored yarns and handspuns. It makes a good instant gratification knit and is mindless…

Rainbow Starfish Hat pattern by Beckett Gladney

This is a super easy cloche style hat that’s made to show off your favorite heavy yarns. It requires approximately 150 yards of heavy worsted weight or Aran yarn to make a large hat, a pretty matching decorative button to hold up the side brim, and 2 circular needles or 5 straights to knit in the round. The simple construction lets your yarn be the star; it works well with long-color shifting yarns, multi-colored yarns and handspuns. It makes a good instant gratification knit and is mindless…

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The Little Red Walking Hat pattern by Lydia Hawk

Using bulky novelty yarn, this hat can be created in just a few hours. You can also use a solid bulky yarn or a combination of yarns, but make sure that the gauge remains the same, and add your favorite flower.

Fanny pattern by Nicky Epstein

Using bulky novelty yarn, this hat can be created in just a few hours. You can also use a solid bulky yarn or a combination of yarns, but make sure that the gauge remains the same, and add your favorite flower.

This hat is a great way to use up small amounts of yarn.

Enterprise Hat pattern by Eric Robinson

Mrs Claus doesn’t spend all of her time baking, but when she is in the kitchen, she does it in style. This Santa hat pattern can be made as wild as desired. Have fun making those Christmas cookies!

Wild Mrs Claus pattern by Kate Agner

Mrs Claus doesn’t spend all of her time baking, but when she is in the kitchen, she does it in style. This Santa hat pattern can be made as wild as desired. Have fun making those Christmas cookies!

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