Minus Forty Toque
I live in one of the chilliest towns in Canada and the regular minus forty days inspired this cozy toque. The hat is worked from the bottom up, beginning with a wide, ribbed brim worn folded up and two panels of honeycomb patterning separated by rev st st. It is knit with two strands of worsted weight yarn held together. This pattern is a great way to start learning cables!
Skill Level: Rookie-Apprentice-Virtuoso-Genius
Skills: knit, purl, crossover
Finished Measurements: 9” wide and 11.5 “ long lying flat and unfolded
Other Materials: cable needle, 2 stitch markers, tapestry needle or teeny crochet hook