I've been collecting a few more pattern ideas for the March for Science and people have also sent me ideas or posted suggestions. I'm also posting some really popular hats. Also below is a list of my previous blogs with a long, I mean LONG list of patterns, over 50 between them and many free. Thank you Ravelry and the designers who are so generous.
Please note if you can knit in either Green or Green & Blue for the Environment, Ecology and the Earth that would be great so we coordinate! Those wearing pink hats will blend in perfectly, green and pink looking good together. Use colors and tones you love. Dark greens are my preference, but I'm hoping they'll be those who love Lime or Grass green. Loud colors to create a visual pop! But do what makes you happy. We should always enjoy our knitting. It's a labor of love.
First some of the most popular patterns being used
(if you're only interested in new ones featured skip down below).
A frequent hit is Hemisphere.
And here's some new hat patterns (to me) that I found:
Someone made this for an Engineer marching.
Science Matters Hat - New! February 2017 Free Pattern
This is the pattern I'm using - Simple Slouch Hat (Free Pattern) A simple, fast rhythmic knit, that I so love and it's making a very cool hip hat popular with young geeks today. I actually was thinking of my geeky science son who's in an ecology college in Maine (right now he's on his own on a self funded trip to France). So my thought was what would he wear or his lovely girl wear? A slouch hat of course! When I posted my hat online I get this instant response from my son in France- "That's a nice hat!" Hum, yeah, thinking of you, and others like you.
More patterns for hats, many free, over 50!
More Science Themed Patterns-
An opportunity to knit for students at an ecology college, College of The Atlantic in Maine going on the march in Boston or Washington, DC-
Links for March for Science info -
Facebook look up "March for Science" for the main site on facebook and to find your local march search March for Science plus a large city near you. Also you can check the above March for Science site and sign up to volunteer and find local marches!