Designer Tanis Gray loves the challenge of designing and knitting complex patterns that use intricate stitch patterns and inventive techniques, but she also enjoys creating simple knits that are simple-to-knit, easy-to-wear staples. In her new book, Cozy Knits , Tanis reached out to her favorite designers...
Nov 6, 2013
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The Slouch Hat by Simona Merchant-Dest If someone asked me to name my favorite knitted accessory , I'd be hard-pressed to choose. Some days I'd say scarves, some days I'd say mittens. Today, it's hats, because I have a fabulous hat pattern for you, by one of the authors of The Art of...
The hat from the Three for the Road ePattern for men I think I've knitted five hats in the last month, with two more to go—including the Welted Toque for my sister, who's home now and keeps saying, "Hey, where's my toque?!? I did give her a couple of my old handknitted hats to...
Dec 14, 2011
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Brattlboro Hat by Melissa LeBarre Hats are so fun to knit. They're short projects, and they usually just take one skein—always a bonus. I recently knit a fun pattern from the fantastic book New England Knits by Cecily Glowik MacDonald and Melissa LaBarre. The pattern is the Brattleboro Hat...