Have you ever noticed how leaves are often similar in outline to their parent tree? Lay a few leaves down on the ground and you have a miniature woodland before you.
The leaf/tree design on this hat was inspired by the little woodland we see at our feet as the first leaves fall intact from the tree. This warm worsted hat is an easy and quick knit and is just the thing to restore the soul and leave you feeling heart-whole in the way that only calm creativity can.
1 skein (218 yards) for both the neckwarmer and the hat
Over 200 patterns
New patterns added
every new issue
About the Designer: Elizabeth Felgate
Elizabeth Felgate is an independent designer living in a stone cottage in rural Wiltshire in the UK, with eight walnut trees in the garden and roses around the windows. She is slightly obsessed with aquilegias and serama bantams. When not knitting she is a marketing consultant and mother of two.
She likes designing from first principles. Many of her patterns feature custom-designed lace patterns or unusual construction methods, like her gaugeless sweaters. She loves aran weight jumpers and airy lace.
Her Instagram account can be found @elizabethfelgate.
About the Designer: Lori Wagner
Lori Wagner resides in Temecula, California, where she and her husband own and operate a chiropractic practice. She learned to knit in 2008 while on a girls’ getaway and started designing and self-publishing her designs on Ravelry in 2012.
When not knitting, she enjoys reading, hiking and hanging out with her two cats, Purl and Penny, and her canary, Sunny.