Starboard Hat

A free pattern for a spring or summer weight hat in a plant-based fiber.

Baby Rhode Trip Hat

Free pattern for baby sizes of the Rhode Trip hat. The Rhode Trip Hat is my favorite basic cabled hat. I wanted to offer a version in baby sizes, and am so pleased to be able to share this pattern is now available in three sizes for little heads. I wanted to avoid offering 6…

Huntingdon Street Hat

A Pattern Update Plus Re-Release Discount The Huntingdon Street Hat was released back in 2015 and like the Sherwood, Rhode Trip, and Twisted Trellis, this is one of my favorites. I really like the simplicity of the pattern and effectiveness of the finished hat. Plus it’s a snuggly warm hat and we are currently fully…

Twisted Trellis: Update and Matching Cowl!

Errata: The repeats instructions in the patterns uploaded January 21, 2021 had an error. The repeat instructions should have called for repeating 3-18, not 1 -16. New pdfs are available for download. Like most of my patterns released six plus years ago, the Twisted Trellis pattern was in need of an update. I first released…

Grown Up Grouch: A Chevron Hat

I’ve seen these little balls of yarn with a hat topper before and been tempted to figure out how to make an adult hat from these mini yarn kits (I can recall an unicorn that almost came home with me a couple years ago!). And when I saw the Sesame Street yarns at Joann Fabrics…

Corrugated: Cowl Update & Matching Hat

The Corrugated Cowl was originally shared as a free pattern in November 2013. I’m continuing to work through my older patterns and update them and when I went to look for this file, I was surprised to find I’d drafted a matching hat. I knit myself a hat in the cream-colored alpaca to match my…

Sisson Street Hat

Free Pattern update I originally posted the Sisson Street Hat in 2016 (link to original post). It didn’t get a lot of attention at the time and I feel like it’s a really good gift knit so I’ve updated the pattern a bit, improved the layout, and am sharing out the new pattern PDF. This…

Dorrance Street Cap

I’m really excited to share the Dorrance Street Cap, now available as a downloadable pdf on Ravelry. Dorrance Street is the starting point of the Pride Parade in Providence, RI. And it’s an amazing parade that happens at night with lights and music, and is generally, as mentioned, amazing. That serves as the inspiration for…

New Cowl

Sometimes I thoroughly enjoy working on an over-sized, completely indulgent knitting project. And I particularly enjoy it when I can play with colors and patterns that I may not want to add to my wardrobe, but will be perfect for someone else. In this case, mom said this yarn called her name at the Maryland…