Knitted Swirly Hat

Imagine a cozy, handcrafted hat with a unique swirling pattern that adds a touch of whimsy to your winter wardrobe. This knitted swirly hat is not just a practical accessory to keep you warm on chilly days, but also a stylish statement piece that will turn heads wherever you go. The intricate design of the swirling pattern gives the hat a playful and eye-catching look that sets it apart from ordinary winter hats. Crafted with care and attention to detail, this knitted swirly hat is a labor of love that showcases the skill and artistry of the maker. The soft, high-quality yarn used in its creation ensures both comfort and durability, making it a reliable companion for many winters to come. Whether you're hitting the slopes or strolling through the city streets, this knitted swirly hat is sure to keep you warm and fashionable all season long.

Materials:

  • Needles: 10mm/US 15 double-pointed needles (3)
  • Yarn: Lion Brand Yarn - Wool-Ease Thick & Quick; Sequoia; 106 yds
  • Yarn Needle

Gauge: 3 sts x 3 rows = 1”

Size: Adult male

Abbreviations:

  • K = knit
  • P = purl
  • Sts = stitches
  • *…* = repeat between * until the end of the row
  • K2tog = knit 2 sts together

Pattern:

Cast on 66 sts and divide evenly among 3 needles and prepare to join in the round (You can cast on in any multiple of 6 to customize the size).

Row 1-3: *k3, p3*

Row 4-6: k2, *k3, p3*, k1

Row 7-9: k1, *k3, p3*, k2

Row 10-12: p3, *k3, p3*, k3

Row 13-15: p2, *k3, p3*, k3, p1

Row 16-18: p1, *k3, p3*, k3, p2

Repeat rows 1-18 until desired length is reached, stopping after any group of 3. I stopped after row 33 (Row 15 in the pattern).

Decrease Rows:

Depending on where you left off depends on how you bind off.

First decrease row: Within each group of 3 sts, knit/purl the first 2 stitches in the group together and knit/purl the last stitch in the group. You should finish the row with 44 sts but may vary depending on how you chose to approach the first and last stitch in row if end on a row that doesn’t start with a k3 or p3.

Second decrease row: knit or purl the remaining sts in pattern accordingly. (22sts)

Third decrease row: *k2tog* (11sts)

Break yarn and pull through remaining stitches.

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