Each month, over in the Wormhead's Hats group on Ravelry, we run a KAL (a knit-a-long to non knitting readers) Members nominate then vote for the pattern of their choice, and for the month of June the selected pattern has been Symetrie.

It's great to see the finished Hats emerging and everyone is so welcoming and encouraging of each other - simply put, it's fab. In the spirit of sharing here are some of the finished projects for this month:

Above - a subtle colourway from Cottonon makes for a gentle spring beret.

Below - a solid colour from JeaninMaine shows the pattern in a different light - the structure is more visible.

Above & below - the stark contrast of a black & white colourway from MandaR shows the chevron pattern in striking detail.

These Hats from missizii (above) and coopknit (below) show just how well this pattern works with such different yarns. Whether it's a longer colourway or a shorter or more random dye method, or even a plain dye, Symetrie accentuates the colours perfectly.

Isn't it great to see all of these fnished Hats together, and aren't they wonderful? I'm hoping to be more organised and post finished Hats from my patterns more often - it's cool to share the love. Thank you to these lovely ladies for not only knitting these Hats but also letting me use their photos.

Voting for July's KAL is in progress as I type (organised by the lovely BabyLongLegs) - and it's looking like a close run between Vernalis and Ivydene. If you fancy either of these Hats and like the idea of knitting along with your fellow Hat lovers, then you know where to go. See you there!

AuthorWoolly Wormhead