A garland of embossed foliage makes a pretty, cabled beret to wear hiking in the hills or returning to the city. In the capable hands of cable whisperer Irina Dmitrieva, botanical inspiration translates to a rhythmic, dancing, distinctive motif. Worked from a tubular cast-on for a durable and professional edge, Rambler’s ribbed brim quickly begins to twist into cabled vines that sprout leaves and sweep up to a star-shaped crown. The elasticity of the ribs will accommodate nearly any adult head. Knit from a single skein of Shelter, Rambler is ideal for holiday gifts. Choose a warm autumnal hue, a leafy green, or pop of bright color that will make you smile all winter long.
Approximately 140 yards of worsted-weight wool yarn
1 skein of Brooklyn Tweed Shelter (100% American Targhee-Columbia Wool; 140 yards/50g)
- This is a physical pattern.
- The two samples were photographed in colors Birdbook and Wool Socks.