• Snowflake Hat
  • Snowflake Hat

Snowflake Hat

This double-knit 100 percent wool hat adorned with a graphic snowflake will keep you warm and dry all day.

The Yarn

Rowan Pure Wool 4-ply Rowan Pure Wool 4-ply

Rowan Pure Wool 4-ply - 421 Glade, 412 Snow

How to get the pattern:

The pattern is available in the book Stitch Mountain.
Want a pattern you can download to work on today? Check out the Free Stitch Mountain Patterns

The Designer

Terry King

Terry has done a little of many things in the fiber world, from raising sheep, angora goats and bunnies to shearing, spinning, dyeing, teaching, pattern writing, tech editing, knitting and crocheting. She has a deep appreciation for all things handmade with loving care. She has a passion for learning and enjoys creating by hand, those everyday items we take for granted. When she's not helping customers, teaching, knitting or otherwise crafting, she loves to be out in the silence of the woods listening to the wind and letting the sound of rushing, mountain streams wash away the busyness of life. She loves traveling and wants to see the world first hand, eat delicious, new foods and learn. As a lifelong learner, she is always reading about new explorations in science and nutrition.

"When I heard the concept for the Stitch Mountain book I was eager to participate but a little intimidated. To watch each of these amazing athletes perform is grace personified. I admire and appreciate what it takes to accomplish the beauty that they bring to life and wish I had the courage, skill, and discipline to do what they do. I hope that my design in some very small way reflects the grace and finesse of a perfect ride in perfect snow on a perfect day."

Inspired By

Jeremy Jones

Jeremy Jones

Jeremy’s hat celebrates Protect Our Winters (POW), a nonprofit organization he founded in 2007 dedicated to reversing global warming by mobilizing the winter sports community. “We can't sit back and not do something about it. We owe that to future generations."

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