Honeycomb Twist Hat

In my second installment of the Honeycomb Twist saga (part 1 here), I knitted a hat. What I really love about this hat is the decreases. I had some doubts of how it would work out and initially tried to change my original charting, but I ripped it back and knit it the way I charted it and it was awesome. Don’t doubt your first impression!

It just flows so nicely into the center. Love love love.

The texture is just awesome too. The cables/lace stand out nicely against the purl stitches. I’ll be making this again, but in another color. Yellow just isn’t my thing.

Cables and lace combine to create this wonderfully textured hat. Patterned allover, the ribbing transitions organically to the lace and cables, while the crown decreases are incorporated into the cabling, creating a smooth, clean movement toward the center of the hat.

Directions on how to make the pattern slouchier, if desired, are included into the pattern. As always, there are written and charted directions, plus information on how to get the most out of one skein.

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Additional Information:
Sizes: 17.5 (19, 20.5, 22)” 44 (48, 52, 56) cm brim circumference

Materials:
-Knit Picks Swish DK (123yd 112m/50g) – 2 (2, 2, 3) skeins
-Size 3 (3.25 mm) dpns
-Size 5 (3.75 mm) circular needle 16” long AND dpns
-Tapestry needle
-Plate (for blocking)
-Cable needle
-Stitch markers

Stitches/Abbreviations used:
CO – cast on
prev – previous
rnd(s) – round(s)
st(s) – stitch(es)
patt – pattern
m – marker
pm – place marker
sm – slip marker
k – knit
p – purl
ssk – slip slip knit
sl – slip
k2tog – knit 2 together
m1L – make 1 left
m1R – make 1 right
m1Rp – make 1 right purlwise
yo – yarn over
rep – repeat
dpns – double pointed needles
LC – left cable

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