It’s (almost) time for the fall Knit Along!

This KAL’s voting was actually the closest I’ve ever seen it, but the Adirondack Basket Hat came out ahead by just a few votes!

Adirondack Basket Hat

So let’s check it out:

It does have cables, so if you’re new to cable knitting, get excited and ready to learn, but I especially love these cables because they’re not traditional. They’re really more of a basketweave pattern (hence the name), and so I think it’s a bit more fun to knit.

The pattern is broken up by simply columns that connect at the top so it would be perfect for a pom pom on top. We can make our own with matching yarn or you get one of those nifty fur balls that are all the rage.

Adirondack Basket Hat Knitting Pattern

Adirondack Basket Hat Knitting Pattern

Also, the hat is fitted and it’s one size fits most. If you’re a bit worried about that or you’re looking for a bit more relaxed fit, leave a comment and let me know and we’ll figure it out!

1 skein of Lion’s Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Yarn
US size 13 DPN needles (9.0 mm)
US size 11 DPN needles (for ribbing)
Stitch marker(s)
Tapestry Needle

Start Date
We’re starting September 12, 2016. If you voted you’re already signed up, but if not, sign up here if you want to be included. All communication is done either via email or the facebook group.

Want to see this in video form?!

All of the patterns that were listed on the KAL voting are 50% off until September 12th! Go grab them in ravelry – add them to your cart for the discount to apply. You can check out my link here, and the sale patterns are:

Adirondack Basket Hat
Daisy Slouchy Lace Hat
Chutes and Ladders Hat
Bramble Hat
Arosa Slouchy Hat
Slipped Chevron Cozy
XO Cable Cozy
Honeycomb Cozy
Octopus Cozy
Latice Lacy Cozy

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4 thoughts on “Fall KAL: Adirondack Basket Hat

  1. Cassie

    I’m really excited about this! I just signed up last minute. Haha. I’m one of those with a big head and I would prefer mine a little more relaxed. Thanks bunches!


    1. kmjones3 Post author

      Hey Cassie,

      If you’re looking to make your bigger, I would only add in an extra 3 stitches – at the beginning of the repeat where it’s k2, p1, etc – I’d change that to k3, p1, etc. Because it’s super bulky yarn, that little extra bit will help you have a more relaxed fit. Nothing too crazy needs to happen! 🙂


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