I played around with this pattern until I had three variations. When I asked the Facebook page which one was preferred they all had their fans, so I decided to share all 3 versions for you.
All of these models was knit using Lion Brand Hometown yarn, which is 6-weight. There are instructions for all yarn weights included in the PDF, so you can use whatever is in your stash. Feel free to experiment with different brim styles or to repeat the pattern band if you are using lighter weight yarn. I used solid colors to highlight the stitch definition on these, but mix brims and crowns with pattern bands or use variegated yarn if you like. Have fun with it and make some hats that can bring a smile to someone else.
These patterns use twisted stitches and I have again included the video tutorial to show how simple it is to do these. Don't let the wording intimidate you - try it yourself. They really are easy to do!
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How to work the LT Stitch Video