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Autumn Knitting Season: Celebrate with 27 Knit Hat Patterns

Autumn Knitting Season Celebrate with 27 Knit Hat Patterns For knitters, autumn is the kick-off season for cold weather knitting. Gone are the days of sitting with a sweaty pile of yarn trapping all of summer's heat in a square foot radius on your lap. Gone are the days of trying (unsuccessfully) to explain to curious passerby why you are knitting a blanket in the middle of July. That's right. It's autumn, and cold weather is here to stay. From now on, your knitting needles no longer look out of place. The cool air works with your stitches, rather than the humid air that worked against it. It's finally fall, and there are so many things to knit in celebration.


Baby's Snowflake Beanie

Babys Snowflake Beanie Keep tiny heads warm this winter with Baby's Snowflake Beanie. The small cable pattern used on this hat looks precious for baby's first time in the cold. Atop the hat is a cute pompom that will ensure you won't lose them in the snow! The knit hat pattern is for newborns to one-year-olds because the yarn is nice and stretchy. Worsted yarn will keep out cold winter temperatures ensuring your baby is safe and toasty. Take plenty of pictures of your little one with Baby's Snowflake Beanie keeping him or her warm.


Basic Cable Scarf

Basic Cable Scarf Chunky, cozy cables always look appealing in the cold of winter. Beginning knitters can sometimes be intimidated by these curvy patterns, but with patterns like the Basic Cable Scarf on your side, you dont have to fear. This knit scarf pattern makes cables very accessible to the fledgling knitter, and the bold pattern is the perfect addition to your winter wardrobe. Learn something new and try this easy cable scarf pattern today.


Bee Lovers Sweater

Bee Lovers Sweater It's fall and the leaves are glowing shades of reds, yellows and browns. Dressed in jeans, boots and the trendiest of all knit sweater patterns, you're feeling on top of the world as you stroll aimlessly down the sidewalk - and how could you feel anything less than magnificent? The Bee Lovers Sweater is aimed to please even the toughest of sweater critics. Made with bands of ribbing and the seed stitch, this scoop-necked sweater boasts a unique honeycomb design on the lower half of the pattern which makes for a more figure-flattering fit.


Bella's Mittens

Bellas Mittens You'll love wrapping your hands in this enchanting free knitting pattern inspired by the mittens featured in the movie saga, Twilight. Make Bella's mittens for yourself or a friend, either way you'll love the results.


Bitty Cabled Hat

Bitty Cabled Hat Make this adorable free knitting pattern for any little ones you know. The Bitty Cabled Hat is available in preemie and newborn sizing.


Black Smoke Cable Knit Vest

Black Smoke Cable Knit Vest Fall is the perfect season for layering. It's getting colder, but there are days when that Indian summer creeps back. Be prepared for chilly or warm weather with the Black Smoke Cable Knit Vest. This beautiful, cable knit vest pattern is perfect for layering. It's big enough to fit over a long sleeve shirt, but fitted enough to look great under a jacket. The Black Smoke Cable Knit vest is a classic, making it the perfect addition to you fall wardrobe for years to come.


Blue Afternoon Cowl

Blue Afternoon Cowl This chunky cabled cowl is the perfect way to spend a lazy afternoon on the couch with a cup of tea. The Blue Afternoon Cowl is a snug-fitting, thick, and cozy cowl you'll love throwing on year after year. The beautiful blue color of the cowl looks great popping out underneath a jacket or displayed prominently over a sweater. The Blue Afternoon Cowl may be the best way you've ever spent an afternoon.


Blue Ribbon Pocket Scarf

Blue Ribbon Pocket Scarf What's the one thing that can make one knitted scarf pattern reign supreme over another knit scarf? The answer, of course, is a scarf that has built-in pockets. If you've been looking for a design that not only has pockets, but is stylish and textural, then try this fabulous Blue Ribbon Pocket Scarf. Created with chunky cables, this classic scarf is just that pattern you need to cozy up to this winter.


Blue River Ripple Hat

Blue River Ripple Hat Hold on to your hats, because this pattern is about to get bumpy. The Blue River Ripple Hat is a beautifully textured hat that features a garter and cabled brim with a ridged body. This funky hat is a great way to add dimension to an outfit while keeping your ears warm and your head hugged. The Blue River Ripple Hat is a great project for intermediate knitters who want to keep their hands busy with a multi-stitch design.


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