11.11.2015

father cables

It's been a whirlwind past couple of weeks! The launch of Tolt Yarn and Wool's beautiful book, Farm to Needle: Stories of Wool, that we are so honored to be featured in. We've released our new all American wool yarn base. Mother, the sweet and beautiful heavy lace weight and Father, the true and hardworking worsted. You can find the new yarn dyed up in our twelve Raw Palette colors. Plus, we're gearing up for our wonderful local yarn show, Knit Fit, this weekend that we love so much. It's definitely not boring around these parts.

So, to celebrate the launch of our new yarns and all the commotion, we've put together a free unisex hat pattern perfect for the gift giving season. Lots of twisting cables amongst a neat textured stitch background. It's sure to be a classic and hit for all the deserving knit lovers in your life, or yourself. Enjoy!


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Hugs & stitches!

-Ve

28 comments:

Robyn Stokes said...

Thank you for a beautiful cable hat pattern. It is gorgeous!

vnik said...

This is going to be a gorgeous gift for my best bud.

Tanis Lavallee said...

Wow! What a gorgeous pattern. Just what I was looking for. Thanks for offering it for free! Such a treat. And can I just say, your models/family are beautiful. Wowza!

Michelle said...

Love this hat; thank-you!

Anett said...

What a beautiful hat!! Thanks for the pattern.

Savannagal said...

Lovely hat. Thank you so much for sharing!

Laura Silberman said...

Beautiful pattern!

Reb said...

Beautiful hat. Thanks for sharing!

Reb said...

Beautiful hat. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for a lovely hat pattern.

Bernadette

Karen Collins said...

This hat will be an heirloom! Thank you for being so generous to offer it for free! Happy upcoming holidays!

crazyknitter said...

Thank you for the beautiful hat pattern. I can't wait to make it!

SHELLY E. said...

BEATUIFUL, THANKS FOR MAKING IT FREE!

meppybn said...

Congratulations and thank you!! Wish I could have got over to Tolt last weekend but didn't work out :( - got their new book though - lovely :)

Jen said...

What a lovely pattern! I will be casting on this weekend!

Anonymous said...

Who doesn't love a beautiful and free pattern? Thank you!

nicki miller said...

Just beautiful, for men or women. Thank you for your generosity.

Vera said...

It's a lovely hat I would love to knit! Thank you!
I just don`t see the pdf. Can you help me, please?

Vera said...

Somehow it works now... I'm so glad! Thank you! I'm looking forward to knit the hat!!!

Barbara Krooss said...

Thanks so much! It's a beautiful pattern. I started making it yesterday, but had a slow start because of some "glitches". The specified 120-stitch cast-on for a size large (non-slouch) hat should have really been 130 to match the chart for that size. (You might want to fix that.) I also needed much smaller needles to get gauge with the worsted I was using. I'll probably end up making several. So beautiful! Thanks again.

thebonvivant said...

In looking at the chart, I'm making the S/M slouch size which is a cast on of 130. The chart is 25 stitches long. So does that mean that I will only partially complete the chart for the last repeat?

thebonvivant said...

I also had to go down to a US3/US5!

LannieK said...

What a gorgeous pattern! Thank you so much for sharing it :-)

Sunny Swearingen said...

Instructions say to cast on 120 stitches and once the brim is achieved to work the chart. The charts are 25 (for slochy) and 31 (for regular) stitches respectively. However neither 25 or 31 can evenly be divided in 120 stitches. What do I do?
Thanks Knit2p2

Dia Johnson said...

Hi! What does grey no stitch mean I'm the chart? Do I just skip those stitches or work as they are on the previous row?

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