Knitting patterns for hats, caps, and ear warmers.
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Designed by Melissa Johnson
Perfect for a first Fair Isle Project or to try out a color scheme for the companion Great Meadows Cardigan, this hat is colorful, fun and easy to knit.
Pictured in Moss, Mesa, Rhubarb and Claret Mountain Mohair
Designed by Maureen Clark
There is a lot happening in this simple hat. Combine knit and crochet stitches in a topper whose size can be adjusted to fit the wearer perfectly. Create your own color pattern and finish off your creation with some special buttons.
Designed by Eric Robinson
“Born” on an icebreaker voyage to the North Pole, this colorful hat with double-knit earflaps will keep you warm in any cold climate.
Pictured in Vincent’s Gold, Partridgeberry, Day Lily and Pistachio Mountain Mohair
Ivy Darrow, a Spinnery neighbor, raised five sons working in the orchards and needing warm hats! Her pattern combines ribs, cables and a turned-up cuff for warming the ears. This is a good project for learning cables.
Designed by Melissa Johnson
This flattering hat features a doubled brim to keep your ears warm on even the coldest days. An instricate lattices cable adapted from Barbara Walker's Charted Knitting Designs adorns the top.
Pictured in Natural Dark Maine Organic
Designed by Lauren Biedel
Lauren learned to knit cables and to design knitwear in her Fiber Arts class at The Putney School. This stylish, chunky hat is the result. Worked with two strands of yarn, it is quick to knit and has a fabulous texture.
Pictured in Claret Mountain Mohair
Melissa Johnson designed this hat for her friend and Spinnery co-worker Lisa Letendre to wear to yarn shows. The easy Fair Isle patterns work equally well in solid colors or handpainted yarns
An elegant pattern designed by Melissa Johnson
This pattern uses four colors and you can choose from two colorways or create your own. Look for the companion pattern, Melissa's Mittens.
Designer Melissa Johnson has created this trio of hats to showcase the luxurious Spinnery yarn which she handpaints. The motifs are adapted from traditional Turkish patterns found in Professor Kenan Ozbel's book Knitted Stockings from Turkish Villages.
In the Andes, boys of ten make their own hats with puntas and other intricate stitches, using fine yarns of many colors and tiny needles. We have adapted the puntas technique for our simple, circular-knit three-color cap.
Designed by Maureen Clark for a new grandson, this retro-styled hat with earflaps ties under the chin to stay on through all sorts of winter fun.
Pictured in Blue Opal and Rose Quartz Sylvan Spirit
With lacy spirals in the crown and a broad brim to keep the ultraviolet rays at bay, this is a quick and easy project.
Worked in Cotton Comfort, it offers a bit of warmth matched by a bit of ventilation.
Pictured in Winter Beech Cotton Comfort
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