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I am delighted by this pattern as it represents my design style so well. I love a clean look with an added element of interest. The Stacks Hat features a classic shaped beanie/toque with an added textural surprise. Instead of using the traditional ribbed stitch, I incorporated a twisted knit stitch. By doing this, the ribbing takes on a raised three-dimensional look.
The Stacks Hat is a quick project that is sure to keep you warm during the months of cold weather. It is a one skein project and the choices of yarn to knit with are endless.
(Featured: Red Hat uses Brooklyn Tweed Arbor in Fireside; Grey Hat uses Dark Star from Crooked Kitchen Yarns)
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Until Next Time,
Finally done and photographed!
Kōpekapeka Hat, by Francoise Danoy, is a pretty enjoyable knit. I love classic shape and unfussy texture. The zig-zag pattern keeps this easy knit from getting stale, while not making the hat look too busy. I can certainly see this hat becoming a fall favorite.
Kōpekapeka Hat by Francoise Danoy
I did add one modification, which was that I added an additional zig-zag repeat to make the body of the hat a little longer. I like to pull my hat down real low when the weather gets cold.
Location: Alyson’s Orchard in Walpole, NH
Yarn: Patons Classic Wool Worsted in Royal Purple (100% wool)
Needles: US Size 6/ 4.0mm (Knitters Pride Dreamz)
A big shout out to my lovely sister for taking amazing photos.
Until Next Time,