Patterns

New Hat Pattern: Svea Gets Updated!



I’ve been working on an update to my Svea hat pattern I released a few years ago, and can finally cross it off my to do list!

It’s a simple colorwork hat inspired by snowy tree limbs against a winter sky. I love how the faux fur pompom at the top gives a fun snowball effect to this cozy hat! I can’t tell you how happy I am with the clean, crisp white against the sky blue. It fits my mood and personality so well.

Download the pattern on Ravelry or Etsy.

So what’s new compared to my original release of this pattern?

  • Only two colors in the pattern compared to three in the original. This makes the colorwork a bit easier, and I think it actually looks more striking with just the two colors instead of more.
  • Better fitting! The original ran a little large, which was even a bit big on me. (Have I told you I have a large head??) After wearing it over time it loosened up a bit more, so I’ve adjusted the number of cast on stitches and made it a little less slouchy.
  • Clearer instructions ❤ Who doesn’t love an easier description of how to make a pretty hat?  

I hope you enjoy knitting this hat as much as I do. It’s a great project for those looking to try colorwork for the first time, or those who want a colorwork pattern that’s easy to memorize.

Download the pattern on Ravelry or Etsy.

Happy Knitting!
– Kim

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