Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Seen in NYC



See that hat? Let's take a closer look:



Yep, an entrelac hat. Love it!

This hat looks like it could be handknit and the yarn might be Noro. If I had been thinking and moving quicker, I would have stopped the woman and asked.

Ravelry has a few pages of entrelac hat patterns. This hat might be the Fourth Grade Hat or maybe even the Blustery Day Beret Entrelac Hat or perhaps the Cricket Hat -- but without the topknot--or it could also be Amanda's Entrelac Hat.

Anybody recognize the pattern, yarn or even the woman wearing the hat?

Here's a good tutorial for knitting entrelac. During the winter, I played around with entrelac and it was a lot of fun. Hmmmm. . . . I wonder if I have any Noro in the stash?

5 comments:

stringplay said...

Ah, entrelac. You know I always seem to buy an entrelac pattern at Stitches or fiber fairs. Just something about them. Interesting. Love the photos.

Pat said...
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The DeDe said...

Wow! Love that hat. I hope you figure out what the pattern is!

yarnjourney said...

Thank you for the photos. the hat is gorgeous, especially the colors. Wonderful inspiration.

quiltyknitwit said...

I love when I'm out & about, and see people wearing hand knits.