Tweed-look Pom Hat

About: Catalog librarian Knit/crochet designer Blog: http://www.designsbykn.com/blog/

Intro: Tweed-look Pom Hat

This tweed-look hat, shown in a red/brown combo, was an experiment in trying a new stitch pattern. It came out better than anticipated! The sample hat was knit in the round on a size 8 16" circular needle, from cuff to crown in basic worsted weight wool and wool-blend (red Patons Classic Wool and brown Queensland Kathmandu Aran.) After the K2, P2 rib, the simple tweed pattern is formed by alternating two rounds plain knit in the first color with two rounds K1, K1B in the second color. The crown decreases to 3 stitches which are knit into a long I-cord, with bouncy pompom attached on the end.  Pattern at http://www.piece-by-piece.net/Knit/tweed_look_hat.htm

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    midiansangel

    1 year ago

    Pretty cool - I love the whole look

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    platinum15

    8 years ago on Introduction

    hey do u no how to make a floppy beret? i mean, u seem to no how to make so many other types of berets, right?

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    dbknstinkymum

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks very much! I enjoyed coming up with that finishing touch that seems to be the perfect topper!

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    designpieces

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Absolutely stunning hat design! Definitely a favorite of mine!! Blue & black would make a nice hat for GorillazMiko & for anyone else that might comment on your slideshow!! :)

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    GorillazMiko

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Nice, looks awesome. I would love to have one of these, especially with the recent cold weather down here near Los Angeles. Do you think you could make a blue and black one? That would be cool! You don't have to, I was just wondering.

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