Please note this is a KNITTING PATTERN ONLY with an easy skill level. You will not receive a finished hat. You will receive a downloadable PDF file (in English) that provides some written instructions and a chart for the main body of the hat so you can knit one yourself for an average adult head.
There are so many fun twists and turns all the way up through the crown with this pattern! I designed Serpentine with a textured, garter stitch brim packed with horizontal squiggles to play off of the vertical wiggles in the body of the hat. But if you prefer a traditional ribbed brim, I have you covered with instructions for that as well! No matter which brim option you choose, I hope you have the best time as you work through the body of the hat and finish with that bold, two-toned crown—it just might even be too fun to cover up with a pom. Did I say that out loud?
Bulky/size 5 yarn in two contrasting colors
US 9 (5.5 mm) 16” (40 cm) circular knitting needles, or size needed to meet gauge
US 10.5 (6.5 mm) 16” (40 cm) circular knitting needles, or size needed to meet gauge
US 10.5 (6.5 mm) double-pointed needles (dpns) or US 10.5 (6.5 mm) circular knitting needles with a longer cord for Magic Loop method, or size needed to meet gauge
Feel free to sell finished hats in small quantities that are made using this pattern, but please give credit to flynnknit for the design. Please do not share, distribute or sell any part of the pattern itself. Please tag @flynnknit and use #serpentine and #flynnknit on social media with any photos of your work created with this pattern. I’d love to see your progress photos and finished hats! I appreciate your support sooooo much!
This pattern can also be found in my book, The Art of Knitting Hats: 30 Easy-to-Follow Patterns to Create Your Own Colorwork Masterpieces https://www.amazon.com/Art-Knitting-Hats-Easy-Follow/dp/164567701X