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Schneeflöckchen Hat Knitting Pattern

The Schneeflöckchen hat knitting pattern has been part of Making Stories Winter Celebration 2021. It is available for purchase at Making Stories and on Ravelry.

Inspiration:

Since I can remember, I have always loved snow. There is something magical about the first snowfall of the season. To watch the snowflakes fall always brightens up my mood and brings me joy. I decided to name the pattern “Schneeflöckchen” which means “little snowflake” in German because I knit the first sample of this hat design for my daughter.

Description:

This simple and beginner-friendly colourwork hat is worked from the brim to the crown. The easy colourwork motif throughout the hat is reminiscent of snowfall and the pattern in the crown resembles a snowflake. The brim is worked as a double brim for extra warmth and comfort. The hat is fitted but could also be worked as a slouchy beanie by simply adding length to the body of the hat.

Yarn:

Rosemary & Pines Fiber Arts Luster Sock DK (100% German Merino wool; 250 metres / 273 yards per 100 g)

MC: 165 (205, 230) metres / 180 (225, 250) yards

CC: 15 (20, 25) metres / 20 (25, 30) yards

Sample shown is knit in colourway Snow (MC) and Fog (CC). Davina wears a size 2 with 6 cm / 2.5” of negative ease.

Photography: Melinda Dela Costa, Model: Davina Ogigai

Camaret Socks Knitting Pattern

As a special thank you to my Rosemary & Pines Fiber Arts making community, newsletter subscribers get the pattern (in English) for free! If you click on the pattern name above, you can enter your email adress and receive the pattern immediately in pdf format.

two blue socks hanging on a tree with clothespins

Inspiration:

The Camaret socks are inspired by a picturesque village in Brittany, France, called Camaret-sur-Mer. It has a small fishing port and is located directly on the Atlantic Ocean. When I was designing the pattern the colours of the yarns reminded me of the sea and I was thinking of this unique and very special region of France.

Description:

This beginner-friendly sock design is worked cuff down. The pattern is a variation of the classic broken rib and creates a simplistic yet classy look while the ribbing ensures a comfortable fit. It can be worked with two colours where one colour is used as a contrast for the heel, cuff and toe. The second option is to knit the whole sock with one colourway.

Yarn:

Rosemary & Pines Fiber Arts Classic Sock DK
70 g of main colour, colourway ‟By the ocean“
30 g of second colour, colourway ‟Midnight Sky“
(100% German Merino wool, 250m/273 yards per 100g skein)

Barre Socks knitting pattern

barre socks knitting pattern 1

Inspiration:

A couple of months ago I started going to ballet classes. The elegant look in combination with the strict lines of the sock design reminded me of this fascinating type of dance and the barre which is an essential part of the ballet training.

Description:

This simplistic and beginner-friendly sock design is worked cuff down. The slip stitches create an elegant pattern throughout the whole sock and the rib ensures a comfortable fit. The DK weight yarn is knitted with 2.0 mm needles to create a firm and durable fabric.

Yarn:                                             

1 sock set of Rosemary & Pines Fiber Arts ‟Luster Sock DK“
100 g of main colour, colourway ‟heather“
15 g of second colour, colourway ‟pansy“
(100% German Merino wool, 250m/273 yards per 100g skein)

Losing Sight of Shore Wrap knitting pattern

Inspiration:

I created this design while exploring the beautiful country of Norway by ship. The joy of waking up to the sight of the vast ocean every morning inspired the name for the Losing Sight of Shore Wrap.

Description:

This classic and elegant wrap features a simplistic diamond pattern created by knit and purl stitches and some seed stitch on the sides.
The shape of the wrap is rectangular, the seed stitch ends can be blocked stronger so that the ends are wider than the rest of the wrap.

Yarn:

2 skeins of Dimidium by Ovis et Cetera in the colourway New Jeans
(50% wool, 50% ramie, 250 m/273 yards per 100 g skein)
170g or 425 m/464 yards in total

The wrap can be knit in a number of yarn weights, just be aware that this will change the measurements of the wrap. By altering the number of pattern repeats you can easily adjust the size to your liking.

A word on yarn choice:
Although I can highly recommend the yarn I used for my sample, I encourage you to have a look at your stash first to see if you might already have some yarn suitable for this project. I think this design would look great in a number of different yarns and yarn weights.