This brioche hat is much more easier to knit than it looks at glance! It’s all about the brioche star stitch and there are so many ways to create different cable motifs. The best thing about it: there is no need for a cable needle! For this pattern you have to repeat altogether 4 pattern rows only, which is very effective, isn’t it?
Our soft handloomed chullo is patterned in traditional Peruvian motifs in earthy shades of brown and cream, with pom-pom topper and tasseled earflaps.
foamofdays' Frosty leaves hat
That is my first brioche project.. Not the easiest pattern (especially if you like me try to knit a flat swatch when it is written for a circular knitting..) I used 2 mm needles, so my gauge was...
Whit’s Knits: 70’s Ski Hat
When I was a kid every guy I knew wore a hat like this. Triangular, striped and itchy. We've all softened a little in the last thirty years, so this updated version features an impossible-to-complain-about cashmere lining, which is easy once you learn how to do a provisional cast-on. This Christmas I'm giving one to all of the men in my family. I can't wait to look around at them wearing their 70's Ski Hats, reminding me of how much I loved those times. --Whitney