Following a very nice comment on Ravelry on the Oculus Hat, I was asked if I would elaborate on the background of this design. On the pattern page I mention the following information... In the ruins of the Baths of...Read More
Oculus Hat, perfect for scrapbusting small amounts of leftover fingering weight yarn.
Available individually or in a two pattern set with the Hildasay Mittens.
Find it on Ravelry And yes it was windy. I had the hat pinned to my hair
For the non-socky amongst you... I present Sānu! [gallery type="rectangular" columns="2" ids="1838,1839,1840"] A shallow but slouchy hat pattern with Latvian Braids and Cables providing visual interest. The pattern has both charts and full written instructions. A deeper, even slouchier version can...Read More
The last finished object from 2012 - finally! Kate Davie's wonderful Snawheid hat pattern (sans pom-pom - I'm just not a pom-pom kind of person). Quite a quick knit (despite putting it down for a few days in the middle...Read More
I got this finished a couple of days ago, but really only got around to photographing it (and sorting the pictures) yesterday. I'm really pleased with it. My version is the largest size - knitted on the specified needle sizes...Read More
In order to work out the system for uploading and formatting patterns onto Ravelry I decided to start with launching a free pattern. Fieldwork is a very simple, one-skein hat that I drew up when the BF asked for a new...Read More
... As I (and many of my friends) have suddenly gone mad knitting and crocheting scarves, gloves, hats and other cosy accessories. My obsession at the moment seems to be hats. I knitted two over the last weekend and have...Read More