fingering weight yarn




fingering weight yarn


Peberholm, by Friend of the Flock Emily Greene, is a graphic colorwork hat, worked in the round from the bottom-up. Designed as a companion pattern to the Saltholm sweater, Peberholm features a cleverly-constructed faced brim for a cozy fit and extra warmth around the ears. This pattern is written in four sizes to fit a wide range of heads, and includes instructions for three brim construction methods, so knitters can choose the option that best suits their personal knitting preferences. Peberholm uses just two colors of your favorite fingering-weight wool yarn — making this is a great pattern for using up leftovers from bigger projects!

A note: Peberholm is available as a digital download and a yarn+pattern bundle here at, but 100% of pattern sales revenue goes directly to the designer, just as if you bought the pattern directly from their website or on Ravelry. We think this way, everybody wins: you get an easier, more straightforward experience as a consumer, our indie designer friends get to realize the maximum revenue from their work, and you get another great way to access new designs in our yarn outside of our pattern collections.  

Type:   Indie Design — Digital Download
Designer:   Emily Greene
Yarn:   Weld
Skill Level:   4 out of 5
Yarn:   Hudson + West Co. Weld (70% U.S. Merino / 30% U.S. Corriedale; 200 yds [183 m]; 1.76 oz. [50g]): one skein each for MC and CC. Samples shown in Fawn & Raven and Fawn & Gold Leaf.

16.25 (18, 19.5, 21.25) inches [41.5 (45.5, 49.5, 54) cm] finished circumference, 8.75 inches [22 cm] long

US 2 [2.75 mm]: preferred needles for small circumference knitting (Magic Loop or dpns).
US 1 [2.25 mm]: preferred needles for small circumference knitting (Magic Loop or dpns).

Stitch markers; tapestry needle; crochet hook (optional); waste yarn (optional)

29.5 sts and 35 rnds = 4" [10 cm] in colorwork with larger needles, in the round and blocked.

Skills Required: 
Crochet cast on (optional)

About the Designer

Emily Greene is a Portlaind, Maine-based designer of knitwear and buildings. Her graphic handknit designs are heavily influenced by her architectural background and by her broader studies of shape, pattern, and surface design. Emily’s modern knitwear designs have been published by Laine Magazine, Brooklyn Tweed, Pom Pom Quarterly, and Woolfolk. Through her signature use of diagonal lines and texture, Emily aims to create patterns that inspire and challenge makers to stretch their skills and elevate their handknit wardrobes. She can be found on both Instagram and Ravelry as @emilygreeneknits; her knitwear designs can be found on her website,

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