Pattern Release: Convolution Hat

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The Convolution Hat is finally, finally published, and has found its home as a free pattern in Knotions Magazine!

A woman wearing a teal grey hat with a spiralling cable pattern. The hat starts with a ribbed cuff and has a short seam at the top. The hat is densely knit in a heavy yarn.
Photography: Knotions Magazine

The Convolution Hat is a spiraling hat, knit at a tight tension to create a very tight, windproof hat, perfect for cold winter days, defeating the winter winds and snow; and it will keep your head warm in all but the coldest weather! The brim can be folded up or left down, as both weather and personal style demand.
3 Sizes available: Adult Small, Medium, and Large for a  21 (23, 25) inch /55.5, (58.5, 63.5) cm hat circumference. 

Pattern uses 285, (310, 336) yards (261, (283,  307) meters) of worsted-weight or light aran-weight yarn. Sample Shown in *Cascade 220 Superwash in "Pigeon Heather". Sample was knit on a *4mm (US 6) circular - but you may have to go down a needle size or two, as the hat is purposefully knit at a higher tension then is standard for a worsted-weight yarn. 

The pattern, available for free on the Knotions Magazine Website, has written instructions only - I do hope you enjoy, and happy knitting!

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