After all that holiday gift making, it’s nice to start the year with a quick project for yourself. Here are 10 cosy hat patterns we’ve been admiring this Winter.
This cabled hat is Lizzy Ten-Hove’s first knitting pattern design and it was love at first sight! Worked inside out using Cumbria Fingering, 10% of all pattern proceeds go to The Trevor Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to suicide prevention among LGBTQ+ youth.
Simone Bechtold’s Rooda Hat pattern offers a lot of options for knitters: two colourwork designs, two lengths and three sizes! There is something for everyone with this pattern. Worked in four shades of Cumbria, you will have enough yarn to make two hats in varying designs and lengths.
Crystal Hiatt’s Lydia hat pattern is named after a dear friend. Featuring an all-over lace pattern, it comes with two fit and brim options so you can knit it to your taste. The Lydia hat is available as a kit in our shop, including the pattern and the Cumbria yarn to knit it.
This lace hat will knit up in no time, thanks to our bulky Tundra yarn! Verena Cohrs uses a pretty lace stitch with lots of texture that looks like it would be a lot of fun to knit. Depending on the size you’re knitting, you might even have enough yarn left over to make a pompom!
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