Mar 25th, 2015
I like how this pixie hat looks as a semi-slouchy hat with the point jauntily sticking up a bit in the back
This twirl and tie cap reminds me a bit of a barbership pole, with how the stripes just twist around at an angle. (Sizes range from babies to adults.)
When you’re in the mood to make a hat and don’t want to bother with figuring out gauge or fussing about yarn, you can make an any-gauge beret or an any-gauge earflap hat with any yarn you have on hand (and without having to do any math in advance). Just start at the top, knit each section until it’s the size you want, then keep going.
Hey, hey, it’s Mike Nesmith’s hat from The Monkees!
Finally, here’s a lovely hat with cabled owls all around it.