Knitting patterns for hats, caps, and ear warmers.
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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
Designed by Eric Robinson
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
Stay warm with style. A twirling pattern of decreases at the top adds interest and the doubled-over ribbing warms the ears.
This winter fun cap has a folded knit-in hem that gives extra warmth around your ears so you can play longer in the snow.
Designer Melissa Johnson's Stained Glass Hat is the perfect small project for experimenting with color combinations and using small amounts of yarn from your collection.
The top of the hat can be finished in charted decreases or simply gathered. Work the cuff in corrugated rib or stockinette stitch for a rolled edge.
Try our colorways or create one of your own! Purchasing the yarn for one hat will provide you with enough yarn to knit several hats.
Designed by Melissa Johnson
Quick to knit, this hat is warm and cozy with an easy yet dramatic Fair Isle pattern inspired by a traditional Turkish sock motif.
Pictured in various colors of Capricorn
Designed by John Crane
Designed by Spinnery friend John in three different weights, this reversible hat is for the person who’s a bit buttoned-down on the outside but jazzy on the inside. It will keep the head toasty-warm on the coldest and windiest days of winter. The only hat s/he’ll ever want to wear!
Pictured in Alpaca Elegance and Mountain Mohair
Playful and functional is this wonderful child or adult hat.
Designed by Rachel Stecker
Wicked Good Moxie Hat & Handwarmers are sassy with a classic and utilitarian fit. The little brim will keep the sun out of your eyes without compromising style, and don't forget the matching handwarmers!
Pictured in Deep Lake Weekend Wool
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