The Tolt Hat is sold paired with the Tolt Mitts. You’ll get both patterns when you buy either one for $8.
The patterns are also available in print in the brick-and-mortar shop, Tolt Yarn and Wool in Carnation, Washington, along with the yarn to knit them.
Crisp fall hikes and cool evenings around the campfire call for a cozy set like this. Tolt is an outdoorsy pair of fingerless mitts and a toasty hat that look great on both men and women, worked in stockinette with ribbed cuffs for a snug fit. It’s a perfect pattern for those new to color work, too.
The stranded color work pattern takes inspiration from the wending currents of the Tolt River, which was the site of an important salmon run that helped sustain the native Snoqualmie people.
Shown in Imperial Yarn Columbia (100% Wool, 220 yd / 201 m per 113g skein) Color: #119 Desert Landscape; 1 skein
Contrast Color Approximately 50 (55, 60) yd / 45 (50, 55) m worsted weight yarn
Shown in Spincycle Yarns BFL Worsted (100% Wool, 120 yd / 110 m) Color: Devilish Grin; 1 skein
Needles and Notions
Needle A US #6 / 4.00 mm 16 in / 40 cm circular needle
Needle B US #8 / 5 mm 16 in / 40 cm circular needle
Needle C US #8 / 5 mm set double pointed needles, 32 in / 80 cm circular needle for magic loop method, or 2 circular needles; use preferred small- circumference method.
Stitch markers tapestry needle