A fun and cosy hat with an added touch of whimsical flair. Chevron patterning is used both as a smaller scale around the hat and a larger scale feature as a panel. Worked in just two colours, the stranded colour work floats add an extra layer of warmth. The top of the hat is completed by making I-cords that spill from the crown. This is an optional detail which could also be worked as short cords, knotted together for a less whimsical look. It could also be easily lengthened to give a more slouchy look.
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What was the inspiration behind your Tremblant Hat pattern?
What else is on your needles for fall/winter knitting?
Any special recipe you’d like to share as we prepare for the holidays? (Beverages included! 😁)
I love the flavour of ginger, and in the colder months ginger cookies are especially great. We always feel nostalgic around the holidays, so here is a link to a recipe from the region where I grew up in the UK - Grantham Gingerbread Biscuits