The last of the hat patterns… (at least for a while):
When I designed this hat, I pictured something that I could wear out to brunch with friends, enjoying a latte at one of Wellington’s hip cafes, and then strolling along the waterfront, basking in a bit of early winter sunshine. This hat is big enough to tuck long hair into, or just to wear as a piece of chic head-gear.
An easy knit, it is knitted in the round. I’ve designed a unisex version with ribbing in the brim, as well as the more feminine version with cabling. Attach or embroider your favourite motif for your own unique style. I’ve attached one of Alice’s cool felted badges with lace motif to my ribbed brim, to give mine a bit more character.
This hat is knitted in possum, just because I have a fetish for lovely warm hats in winter. It’s a heavy’ish DK weight (light worsted) and you could substitute it with the yarn of your choice. It works equally well with an angora or alpaca mix, or a nice soft cashmerino yarn – something that’s light and with nice drape.
I hope you enjoy knitting and wearing the Cafe hat.