Aunt Ninny’s no slouch, but she loves a hat that cuts you some slack. When she spotted this little number in a certain catalogue, she knew right away it would sit her pretty in the catbird seat! So she switched out the cheesy acrylic for two skeins of Paloma, Debbie Bliss’ luscious alpaca and merino chainette yarn, and knit the four stripes in three different colors of Knitting Fever Bubbles (about 13 yards per stripe). A single skein of one color would work, too, or you could substitute any ...
The Cables & Twists Beanie Hat features beautifully intricate details. It’s made with ultra soft merino wool for an extra cozy feel. The cables and twists are super fun to knit whether you are an experienced knitter or you are practicing your new cabling skills. Enjoy this stylish and beautiful pattern.
While in Chicago on a trip, I saw three different people wearing the same style hat. I noticed the first one because I stare at anything knit, whether machine-made or handmade. When I saw the second one, I assumed it must be a coincidence. But after I saw the third one, I turned to my husband and exclaimed, “I must knit that hat!” Then when I went home for a visit and hung out with a hometown friend, she was wearing the same hat I saw in Chicago, and I nearly tore it off her head in exciteme...