ZigZag Hat

Good Morning! I just wanted to say a quick hello and let everyone know that my new hat knitting pattern, ZigZag, is now available! Here are a few pics:


This pattern is really easy, using just knit and purl stitches to create the ZigZag pattern that travels around the hat. The cool thing is that it is reversible, and depending which way around you wear it, the flower on the top can be more or less pronounced.

I created this knitting pattern with Erika Knight’s ‘Vintage Wool’ in shade ‘Drizzle’. This yarn is lovely to knit with, it is aran weight so knits up fast, and it is 100% British. It is available from a variety of stockists.

I wanted to make a pattern that would be interesting, yet suitable for beginners, using just a few stitches.  This simple ZigZag rib is easy to pick up and looks really effective.

Please see the pattern page for more info.

Thanks to Mum for the photos!

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6 Responses to ZigZag Hat

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  2. Truly Myrtle says:

    Oooo I love this – great pattern! Why was winter over so quick this year???! I have so much more to make (and wear!)

    • buttons and beeswax says:

      Thank you! I felt the opposite this year, winter dragged and I’m so pleased to see the sun at last! I know what you mean about making and wearing knitwear though – I have a tendancy to do more sewing of summer dresses when it’s warmer! I think I’m going to try and make some floaty lace things next :)

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  4. Eva says:

    “Sotry, page not found”. I can’t see the pattern and I would love to.

    • buttons and beeswax says:

      Oops, it looks like a naughty link got in there somewhere! I’ve fixed it now soo you should be able to get through :)

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