The fir trees of the Snowy Woods Hat are created with traveling twisted stitches on a reverse stockinette background. It is a quick knit in worsted weight yarn.
The pattern is available through Ravelry.
The Snowy Hat Collection is a true Portland collaboration. Local hand-dyer Knitted Wit created 6 new snowy-inspired yarn colors, 6 Portland designers created unique and wearable hat patterns inspired by these new colors, and local ceramics company jamPDX created mugs to coordinate with the collection. Kits will be available for a limited time through Knitted Wit starting October 1st, and they include the following:
• one skein either Knitted Wit Worsted OR Targhee Shimmer Worsted in your choice of one of six Snowy colors:
o Cedar – green
o Lump of Coal – dark grey
o Winterberry – red
o Tinsel – light grey
o Snowy Woods – blue
o Frozen – turquoise
• one Ravelry code for download of Ebook, which includes 6 patterns:
o A Salty Salute – Star Athena
o Drifted – Debbi Stone
o Siskiyou – Lee Meredith
o Snowy Peaks – Shannon Squire
o Snowy Woods – Michele Lee Bernstein
o Winter Crocus – Katherine Leek
• one jamPDX Snowy Mug
• three hand-blended teas from Happy Rock Coffee
• 10% of proceeds from the sale of kits through 12/31/15 will go to Raphael House of Portland, a domestic violence agency and emergency shelter.
Instructions for the trees are provided in both chart and written form. The hat can be adjusted for size by increasing or decreasing the stockinette background stitches; instructions are in the pattern.
For my Snowy Hat project, I designed this hat as a companion piece to my Snowy Woods Cowl, which features fir trees and additional intertwining cabled trees. Lorajean (Knitted Wit) and I collaborated last year on an Aran weight Snowy Woods Cowl kit, and the yarn was so pretty she was inspired to create this very Portland Snowy Hat Collection.
Here’s the whole Snowy Hat Collection: