Free Cross Stitch Chart: Fair Isle Knit Toque

The fair isle toque cross stitch is going to be part of a bigger type sampler. It has been such fun exploring colour and patterns. The possibilities are endless. I also thought that as it is WINTER up here in the North, this was a rather cosy and comfortable bit of stitching for a chilly afternoon by the space heater.

I come from Canada and spent some time in the Eastern part of that country so I really appreciate the power of the toque. It has been difficult to explain the place the Toque has in Canadian culture to the English. It truly is more a way of life than a piece of clothing.

I have posted here the chart for the toque and also an example of how you might add the pompom. I have used just random and layered back type stitching but you could also add a real mini pompom if you are making this into a Christmas tree ornament or lavender bag. If you want something flatter a round loom flower would work just as well or a piece of snipped felt.

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If you don't fancy looking at your computer to read the chart don't worry. You can download the full size.
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Then you can open it in your application of choice because it is a JPG. And Print it!

As you can see there are lots and lots of colours!
Light Grey Blue
Grey Blue
Dark Grey Blue

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