Rose Cottage Cap
Rose Cottage is an old weavers’ workshop in the Cotswolds with doorways large enough to move looms in and out of the old stonework building. The Rose Cottage Cap is a tribute to weavers everywhere! It’s designed for a fingering weight, longwool yarn—a yarn that would often be used for weaving (or knitting outerwear). The pattern uses a double basketweave rib stitch for the brim and a slipped stitch for the main body of the hat. The sample is a size 22” worn with zero ease.
This hat is knit in two parts, first the brim is knit in a long strip and kitchenered to its provisional cast on; then stitches are picked up around the brim so that the cap of the hat can be knit in the round.
The pattern is available for $1 from Nov 9-17th with the code KTS_RCC
The pattern is written, but not charted
• Provisional Cast On
• Picking up stitches
• Decreasing (K2tog)
• Slipped stitches
• Knitting through the back loop (tbl)
• Knitting in the round
• Kitchener Stitch
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