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Rose Cottage Cap

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

    • You will need to download a copy of Adobe or another PDF reader to view your file.
    • Patterns are instant, digital PDF downloads and are, unfortunately, not eligible for refunds. 
    • If you have any problems with the file, please email me at knittingthestash(at)
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