Welcome to my Free Hat Patterns page!
Take a look around, and let me know if I can help you with anything, okay?
This is a basic hat pattern which I offer in two versions.
Click on the link below to get to the pattern + tutorial:
I found you through Ravelry and your Adrienne scalloped gloves, which I hope to make soon. The poppy flowers are just lovely and would be a great little gift to give in my knit swap secret Santa package. Are you open to sharing your pattern?
Hoboken, New Jersey
Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving me a comment, I really appreciate that.
The Adrienne Scalloped gloves are so much fun to make, I hope you will enjoy it.
As for the Poppy Flowers, the pattern will be released for sale at CloseKnit in Portland in the 3rd week of November.
You can contact CloseKnit in Portland if you are interested in buying the pattern. For a link to their website, please calll them: Phone: (503)288-4568 or shoot them an e-mail: email@example.com
Thank you so much, Mindy..!
I’m loving the Fingerless Gloves Sally, which I am knitting right now. They are really the cutest pattern of the type that I’ve found, and I’ve looked at a lot lately. The first one turned out perfectly, but I’m having trouble with the strap on the left one, which is originating on the wrong side. I’ve tried several times, all ending the same direction….Any suggestions?
I agree with the other commenters: You should have your own book!
Thanks, Robin Parker
I am in agreement with Robin above about your fingerless glove Sally. I picked it up with some rust suri merino yarn before Xmas and started it on the plane this weekend. It is precious. I love all the different stitches. Unlike any other fingerless mitt I have seen. Love it. Thanks! michelle
I love the fingerless gloves on the left (JK2), Nancy! I will put this one on my to-do list. I have been thinking of making some fingerless gloves for a while now and especially love the lace pattern. They don’t look boxy. Is this one of your designs? Are you selling it at Close Knit?
Just wanted to say thank you SO much for the amazing Nettie hat 🙂 I’ve made two, for my daughter and myself. I did modify them somewhat, creative juices starting flowing!(hope you don’t mind!) For hers, I followed pattern, blocking as well but added a few rows of garter at beginning edge. She loves it. So did I, which is why this is the first hat I’ve made for myself! I made mine in a bulkier self striping yarn,(had to adjust number of stitches)adding ribbing at beginning plus intermittent dble rows of garter which i thought would work great with the back ruching. Using crochet I chained both tails after ruching and made a bow. I ended up with a charming cloche and a lot of compliments! Knit on!
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