The Hartwith hat is shown in Goathland, one of the newer shades of Titus. Of all of the hats in the book, this is probably the one I'd like to own myself. I hesitate to say that though, as I'll no doubt have needles and yarn thrust into my hands with the instruction, "Off you go then!"
With three different motifs and a striped crown, the Birstwith hat has plenty to keep knitters who enjoy colourwork interested.
The geometric colourwork pattern in the Hebden cowl is repeated in the hat. Four colours of Titus are required, but only one skein of each is sufficient for both the cowl and hat.
All of the hats in Toasty Volume 2 can be finished with a pompom if you wish. The big questions are then, "What colour?" and "How big?" I'll leave you to make that decision.