Fisk Hat Pattern

The Fisk Hat takes the fish motif featured in the Board Game Cuffs and turns it into a beanie. With a school of fish chasing each other around the brim and a wide lace band that reminds me of Scandinavian ski hats, it felt only natural to call this hat ‘Fisk’ – the Norwegian word for fish.

I’m super-excited to be able to release this pattern to coincide with Hyenas in Petticoats opening! For the Fisk Hat, I used the Worsted Superwash Merino. With a definite twist to the yarn, it’s ideal for showing off the lace work on the brim. You can see the gorgeous range of colours here.

Pattern Details
Skill Level Intermediate
Yarn Type 10ply
Needles 4.5mm
Ravelry Link Fisk Hat
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Perfect Fit Tea Cosy

Many tea cosy patterns are made for one size of tea pot – generally large, eight cups at least. But teapots come in many sizes and shapes (just like people!), so this tea cosy pattern is designed to adapt to nearly any tea pot. Take the two tea pots below – one short and fat, the other tall and blocky.

Both are a little too small for the average tea cosy pattern, being 2-3 cup pots. But the Perfect Fit Tea Cosy pattern is easily adapted to both.

The ribbing stretches to accommodate wider areas, while also pulling the tea cosy in where needed, ensuring a snug fit.

The pattern includes a calculation to create a Perfect Fit Tea Cosy and detailed photos to help you along with the pattern. The pattern is written for 8-ply yarn, but there is advice on how to easily adapt the pattern for another ply.

Pattern Details
Skill Level Beginner
Yarn Type 8ply
Needles 4mm
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Ravelry Link Perfect Fit Tea Cosy
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{knitting pattern} Perfect Fit Tea Cosy

Many tea cosy patterns are made for one size of tea pot – generally large, eight cups at least. But teapots come in many sizes and shapes (just like people!), so this tea cosy pattern is designed to adapt to nearly any tea pot. Take the two tea pots below – one short and fat, the other tall and blocky.

Both are a little too small for the average tea cosy pattern, being 2-3 cup pots. But the Perfect Fit Tea Cosy pattern is easily adapted to both.

The ribbing stretches to accommodate wider areas, while also pulling the tea cosy in where needed, ensuring a snug fit.

The pattern includes a calculation to create a Perfect Fit Tea Cosy and detailed photos to help you along with the pattern. The pattern is written for 8-ply yarn, but there is advice on how to easily adapt the pattern for another ply.

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