Caps, Caps & more Caps

My friend Lynn has moved to Missouri….BUT, it can get cold in the winter time there.  Lynn knits sweaters, capes, ponchos, socks, hats, cowls, baby blankets…..you name it!  But right now, she’s on a tear for knit caps.  Here are her two latest!  First up…Cote-Nord Cap by Amy Christoffers.  This pattern was originally published in the Interweave knits Winter 2014 magazine.  But, now you can purchase this pattern single directly from Interweave.

Next up is Lynn’s Snow Ghost hat by Aimee Alexander.

Thanks Lynn for sharing your knitting, and have fun wearing those awesome hats this winter.

2 Gray Hats & a Toque

Carmel is cranking out hats.  One she knit on vacation with Dale, one for her nephews birthday and one was a test knit for Jane Richmond in her new book Within written with Shannon Cook.  Here we go…first up the test hat, it’s called Lodge Toque by Jane Richmond, knit with Cascade Yarns Ecological Wool in colors Berry and Chocolat.  You can find this pattern in the new book Within by Jane Richmond and Shannon Cook.

Next we have Carmels Day Beret by Hannah Fettig.  This is the hat she knit on vacation with Dale.  The yarn she used is Plymouth Yarn Worsted Merino Superwash Solids.  You can find this pattern on Ravelry!

And lastely, the  Antler Hat by Tin Can Knits.  Carmel used Cascade Yarns 220 SuperWash for this project.  I love the cables – her nephew is a very lucky guy.