I love the way this pattern highlights the variegation of hand-dyed yarn while also blending the two colors together to form the plaid. What a great technique that could be extrapolated onto all sorts of knitwear. As you'll see in the photos, the overall look really varies with what color you choose and the amount of contrast they have with one another.
Knitter n' Bitters is a blog dedicated to two of the author's loves:
fiber arts and the craft of microbrews... with a little dose of family life.
I'm excited to see what exciting directions lay ahead as Jessyka begins to merge these diverse passions.
The Plaidski Hat Pattern is available for immediate download on Ravelry.
As for the yarn...this pattern was designed using Knight, a superwash merino in a worsted weight available from Snow Capped Yarns.
Above you see three of our colorways from the Olde Salt Palette. I'm happy to say that we now have Knight available in 10 colorways! You'll have to look online at The Net Loft to see them all. But I'll give you a peek at one more below.
See you soon and let me know any other hat patterns you've been enjoying recently.