A Zippitty-Zoom Hat: Meet WikiWiki

If you have never knit with handspun please allow me to suggest that you treat yourself to this delight! Infinite Twist creates affordable handspun skeins in an array of colours and at affordable prices. Buying a sweater’s worth isn’t necessary to relish in the joy of handspun. Simply start with one skein of Orbit heather (100% wool)!

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Wether you give yourself the gift of a skein of Orbit**, it you use your own incredible handspun–or even a yarn in stash that a wonderful mill somewhere created—this hat pattern is a simple way to get your yarn to work for you! And that it gives you results pronto, or as we say in Hawaiian wikiwiki! 

So start knitting!

**If you do order some Orbit form Infinite Twist, be sure to use the “withmel” code at checkout and receive free an extra special treat or two!

Click to download the Wikiwiki Hat. You are getting it early as a treat for being a newsletter subscriber! When it becomes available on Ravelry you may add it to your library for free simply by using the code: WikiwikiShuttle

And if you hurry you can still enter to win 1 of two skeins of Orbit Handspun as seen in the photo above! Head here to see the podcast or read details on how to win!

18 thoughts on “A Zippitty-Zoom Hat: Meet WikiWiki

  1. Thank you for the pattern — great timing as I am knitting warmer weather caps for a friend undergoing chemo. I’ve got a lovely soft squishy worsted weight cotton blend that will be perfect for this pattern. She’s gonna love this!

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  2. BetwixtKnits says:

    Thank you for the beautiful pattern, Mel. I love working with Infinite Twist yarns and this pattern showcases it very well.

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