HATS

Green Pear Hat by Barbara Nalewko yarn by KnitCrate

When I get something I love to knit with it straight away. I knew what I was going to do with the yarn I got from the moment I saw it - knit a hat. I had an idea to knit a brim with one end of the yarn and when I finish it I knew I was going to take the other end and stripe the body. I love the final effect and the idea that I could knit this hat using only one skein / one ball / one cake call it whatever you like. I hope you will try to knit this hat and use this fun technique. Let me all about it under the video

Scottish Land Hat by Barbara Nalewko

Scottish Land Hat has been casted on on a Scottish land during our visit in Scotland when we were heading to Edinburgh Yarn Festival 2018. I am so happy with the results and yarn and the knitting itself. I definitely will follow the pattern which I am thinking of writing a pattern. Let me know what do you think? Or a free pattern and tutorial in the future. I am thinking out loud. Anyway, I hope I will get some feedback from you have a nice knitting time.

Nordic Delights Beanie 1 by Nordic Stitches

I received this pattern as a Birthday gift from Lil from Nordic Stitches designs and podcast, so definitely check her out. She not only gifted me this hat but the whole collection. Watch my FO video and see more! It was such a pleasure to knit and as there is one more hat in the collection I am gifting this one to my mum. The yarn is just the luxe so I hope she will feel special. Lots of memories while knitting this hat you can have a peek where I was knitting it... on a ferry to Edinburgh. Check my vlog which the link you can find under the video on YouTube. I have already knitted one pattern from Nordic Stitches - Frozen Shawl, again link under the video. Thank you Lil for such an amazing gift. It was a pleasure to knit it.

Luoto HAT by Tiina Huhtaniemi yarn Drops Lima

I purchased Laine magazine during Edinburgh Yarn Festival in 2018 and I could not resist to knit as a first object this beautiful hat. I knew it is going to be a quick and very rewarding knit. The pattern is a pure pleasure to knit and I might knit it again who knows. This one is a gift knit and even though I accidentally made some personal touches I know my recipient is going to love it. I did a quick review of Laine Magazine issue 4 on my channel so check it out if you are interested.

River Flows Hat by Barbara Nalewko with Knitologie yarn

Another beautiful Silken Worsted yarn from KnitCrate ( 20% discount code for your first box - KIL20 - link here use it when you get a chance ) has stole my heart and inspired me to design this hat. River Flows from the mountain tops ( crown ) and reaches its destination an ocean or sea ( ribbing ) I hope you can see it too. However, this hat brings more to my heart that only this. I take my walks along the river and I meet it only in its hairpin point which is shown in the pattern too. Listen to the beautiful piano music River Flows In You by Yiruma. One more thing when I publish my patterns I give 20% off for next 48h don't miss it and follow me on Instagram and YouTube.

It is a bottom up hat worked in a round. Please go with your instincts pick smaller or bigger needles for ribbing to have your perfect fit. I used Worsted Yarn. It was so much fun to knit with this yarn.

Wheat Field Hat by Barbara Nalewko with Salt River Mills yarn

I got inspired by holding a bag and a yarn in my hand. The Wheat Field Hat has been born in my head during my UNBOXING video - I hope you have notice that split of a second at the end of it. Thank you KnitCrate for an inspiration and support. Do not forget that they are so generous that they are giving us all 20% discount code for your first box - KIL20 - link here use it when you get a chance.

It is a bottom up hat worked in a round. Please go with your instincts pick smaller or bigger needles for ribbing to have your perfect fit. I used a Sport Weight Yarn by Salt River Mills very warm and interesting blend check below. It was so much fun to knit with this yarn. The hat just flew off my needles.