Tuesday, June 30, 2009
So, what are 'toques' called out there in other parts of the world? Comment below, email us firstname.lastname@example.org, Twitter (https://twitter.com/TheDrinkToque), or find us on Facebook (Search 'The Drink Toque'), and impress everyone with your worldly knowledge of terms for 'knit winter hat'. We will continue to update this post as people write in.
In no particular order:
Stu 'the poo' has started us off. In Scotland, a Toque(knit winter hat) is referred to as a "tammy (scotland) or old skool 'bunnet'". Thanks Stu!
In the U.S., they call it a 'beanie', which Canadians also use for for some types of Toques.
What else . . . ?