Komorebi is the Japanese word for sunlight filtering through leaves, and this fun slouch hat showcases a special textured stitch that mimics this effect. Work it in stripes, in two colors, or go with a single color, this hat looks exceptional in hand-dyed speckle yarns!
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Named for the experimental ship camouflage the British designed in WWI that it resembles, the Dazzle Hat looks more complicated than it actually is! Knitted using fun, easy garter stitch short row stripes, this hat offers many options to play with color and works up super fast. Try it in two colors, or break out a four-color gradient set or ombré sock blank paired with a main color for a cool ombré effect. Also it works great for using up scraps!
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Designed for a dear old friend and named for our hometown, Lakewood is a long scarf featuring a simple textured stitch with twisted rib and twisted garter stitch edgings for a classic, polished look that is fun to knit. It can be knit in any weight yarn, and works well for variegated yarns as well as solids.