This cap can be worn in four different ways. It is ultra warm, looks stylish, and is great as a headgear. It has bulky, hand-spun yarn with a multitude of colors knitted in it. Also, what makes this cap different is, it has loose straps hanging till your chin.
These can be tied to your chin, buttoned up over your forehead to keep your ears warm, or fastened behind your neck to protect your ears from a cold, harsh wind.
It serves as an extremely whimsical choice and normally goes well with casual wear and a formal dressy coat.
Everything But The Kitchen Sink Hat
The name might be funny, but it's design is too cute. It is knitted in an increasing, decreasing, flat, and purl pattern simply having a double wool or cotton layer in it. It has a ponytail slot for your hair, ear flaps to protect your ears, and a brim at the forehead to shade your eyes from the sun's glare.
Madeleine Earflap Hat
This cap has an amazing zig-zag cable pattern all over it which continues down onto the ear flaps. It is basically knit starting from the crown, all the way down, using the famous circular cast on knitting technique.
Pink Pigtails Toboggan Cap Pattern
Perhaps, this cap could suit girls or ladies with short hair. Hair is definitely one of the most attractive features of a woman. So wear this cap if you want to fake long hair. This is ideally one of those knitting patterns which can be worn on a cold winter night or on a chilly spring day. It is knitted in heavy cotton yarn.
Spiral Tweed Cloche
Pair it with a formal or a casual outfit; this cap, which represents femininity to the hilt, won't fail to make you look a class apart. Because of its heavy gauge appearance, the knitting can be completed at a very fast pace.