Pattern Roundup: Jerrah

This was an exciting knit. The pattern is clearly written and the cable and bobble texture really brings the beanie to the next level. This hat was a pleasure to knit and lives up to the RhyFlower name! – Bella, Test Knitter Pattern Roundup: Jerrah – One of my long-term testers and wonderful friend, Jerrah, and I had never knit a project where the lace mohair was going to run alongside the regular yarn for a project. There are loads of sweaters and stuff out there that use the technique, but we thought it would be fun to work up READ MORE

Achieving Proper Fit: Hats

The keys to a successfully fitting hat Take proper measurements! Use appropriate negative ease! Measure your head Ensure your tape measure is snug – Hats should fit snuggly; not too tight or too loose. To measure your head circumference, wrap a tape measure around the widest part of your head – over your hair, from your forehead, above your ears, and around the back, then round to the front again. Different hat styles have different lengths, but you should know the size of your head in relation to the pattern, so you know what to expect and what an ideal length for hats would READ MORE

Pattern Roundup: Romilly

There was never really a point at which I was like, “oh, here we are at the boring part.” It was very engaging and meditative! – Liisa, Test Knitter I am thrilled to announce the release of a new rhyFlower design, Romilly, a cable and bobbled filled hat pattern. January 2019 is when I finally reached out for professional help to deal with my PTSD, anxiety, and depression head-on after a bit of a mental breakdown. I’d be lying if I said it was an easy decision to make, but it was an essential one. It has been a journey READ MORE