Knitted Clothing

Embossed Leaves Hat for Straight Needles

The knit stitch leaves stand out against a purl background, which makes this hat very stretchy. The poles the leaves climb meet very neatly at the crown. The bottom edge has a very slight scallop.

This is a straight needle version of the pattern.

Laced Edged Chemo Caps for Straight Needles

These two lace edged caps can be made in a solid color or with two colors. The one on the left is a madiera lace and the one on the right a scallop lace.
This version of the pattern is for straight needles.

Ribbing and Lacy Chemo Caps for Straight Needles

These two ribbing and lace caps are feminine yet functional. The one on the left is a feather lace and the one on the right a diamond lace.

This pattern is for straight needles.

Wrapped Stitches Baby Hat for Straight Needles

This is a simple baby hat in several sizes. The wrapped stitches look more complicated than they are. I have included a photo tutorial on the technique.

This is the straight needle version of the pattern.

Bulky Diagonal Hat

This is a beanie hat for bulky yarn with a diagonal purl texture. Directions are given for seven sizes.

Basic Bulky Beanie Hat

This is a very basic beanie hat for bulky yarn in four sizes.

Climbing Frame Hat for Straight Needles

This hat has an interesting texture with a little cabling that can be done without a cable needle. Directions are given for several sizes. This version is for straight needles.

Textured Baby Hats for Straight Needles

These three hats all begin with the same ribbing and can be completed with the Little Check pattern (darker blue), King Charles Brocade (light blue) or the English Diamond Block pattern (green). Instructions are given for preemie and newborn sizes. These instructions are for straight needles.

Embossed Leaves Hat

The knit stitch leaves stand out against a purl background, which makes this hat very stretchy. The poles the leaves climb meet very neatly at the crown. The bottom edge has a very slight scallop.

Simple Lines Baby Hats for Straight Needles

These are simple hats with just a bit of elegant detail in several sizes. This version is for straight needles.

Diamond Trellis Baby Hat for Straight Needles

This is a simple baby hat in several sizes. The slipped stitches look more complicated than they are. I have included a photo tutorial on the technique. This version of the pattern is for straight needles.

Faceted Lace and Cables Baby Hat for Straight Needles

This is a very textured and ornate baby hat. The example is in toddler size. This is the straight needle version of this pattern.

Cable With a Twist Hat

This hat is a basic cabled hat with a little extra twist. Directions are given for several sizes.

Basic Ribbed Hat

This is a very basic k1-p1 ribbed hat with tailored crown. Directions are given for seven sizes.

Climbing Frame Hat

This hat has an interesting texture with a little cabling that can be done without a cable needle.

Mock Aran Knitted Mens Hat for Straight Needles

This hat has the look of cables without using a cable hook.

Tilting Block Baby Hat

This hat is a textured with a slightly rippled edge. The pattern is appropriate for a girl or boy. The example is in newborn size.

Train Track Baby Hat

This little hat is made to coordinate with my Train Track Baby Blanket. Instructions are given in several sizes. The sleepers are formed by elongated stitches that are picked up on the opposite rail. Sizes: Preemie – 10″ circumference, 5.5″ high Newborn – 12″ circumference, 6″ high 6 month – 14″ circumference, 7″ high 12 [...]

Feather and Fan Tube Scarf

Making this scarf as a tube makes it reversible and extra warm. This is a fun twist on the old feather and fan pattern.

Faceted Lace and Cables Baby Hat

This is a very textured and ornate baby hat. The example is in toddler size.

Art Deco Scarf

This scarf coordinates with the art deco pattern hat.

Pleated Pattern Scarf

This scarf coordinates with the pleated pattern hat.

Basic Ribbed Baby/Child Hat

This is a very basic ribbed hat in several sizes.

Two Feminine Chemo Caps

These two ripple edged hats are feminine yet functional. The one on the left is pleated pattern and the one on the right art deco pattern.

Two Lace Baby Hats

These lacy baby hats are simple but look complicated. The one on the left is fan lace and the one on the right is tiffany lace.

Wrapped Stitches Baby Hat

This is a simple baby hat in several sizes. The wrapped stitches look more complicated than they are. I have included a photo tutorial on the technique.

Diamond Trellis Baby Hat

This is a simple baby hat in several sizes. The slipped stitches look more complicated than they are. I have included a photo tutorial on the technique.

Simple Lines Baby Hats

These are simple hats with just a bit of elegant detail in several sizes.

Mock Aran Knitted Mens Hat

This hat has the look of cables without using a cable hook.

Lace Edged Chemo Caps

These two lace edged caps can be made in a solid color or with two colors. The one on the left is a madiera lace and the one on the right a scallop lace.

Ribbing and Lace Chemo Caps

These two ribbing and lace caps are feminine yet functional. The one on the left is a feather lace and the one on the right a diamond lace.

Textured Baby Hats

These three hats all begin with the same ribbing and can be completed with the Little Check pattern (medium blue), King Charles Brocade (light blue) or the English Diamond Block pattern (green). Instructions are given for preemie and newborn sizes.

Cabled Baby Hats

Both of these hats begin with the same ribbing. Hat I is a more simple pattern since the cabling is contained in the repeat area. I would recommend having experience with both knitting in the round and with cabling before attempting Hat II. Because the cabling is across the entire hat, on some rows stitches will need to be shifted between needles to accommodate cable stitches.

Basic Baby Hat

This is a very basic baby hat in several sizes.

Top Down Elongated Stitches Baby Hat

I created this baby hat to coordinate with the crocheted baby blanket Downy-Soft Zig Zags by Carole Prior published in Leisure Arts #2853, Our Best Baby Afghans. It features elongated stitches to mimic the elongated double crochets in the blanket.