Tremont Street Tam


Tremont Street is a casual, artistic beret/slouch (depending on how you block it). Worked in a gorgeous bright color, this cheerful tam will keep you stylish and warm all winter long. (Use a wool-silk blend like I did, and your hands will be as happy as your head!)

This hat is written in 3 sizes and a DK gauge; it uses just over 200 yards of yarn. The PDF is available for immediate download after purchase.


We all need a bit of sunshine in the winter – and this quick little hat fits the bill. Worked in a combination of lacy cables against a background of reverse stockinette, it’s interesting (and pretty) knitting. The cables diminish to form the brim’s shaping, and it can be blocked into either a beret shape or left slouchy.


S, M, L = 17, 18, 19” brim circumference


20 stitches and 26 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Reverse St st and cable/lace pattern


Shown in Alisha Goes Around Bevy of Swans DK [50% merino, 50% silk; 230 yd (210m); 100 g hank].
Shown in color: Cleopatra’s Gold, 1 hank all sizes.

If substituting, please use a DK-weight wool-silk blend for best results.


Worked in a single piece, in the round, from brim to the hat’s center.


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