Swirled Ski Cap Free Knitting Pattern

These Swirled Ski Cap Free Knitting Pattern Ideas are in big demand and we’ve rounded up the best versions you’ll love. Check them all out now and Pin your favorites.

swirled ski cap free knitting pattern

You don’t need to be a skier to love these adorable Swirled Ski Cap Free Knitting Pattern Ideas. They are very stylish and a hot item around the knitting community right now.

We’ve rounded up our favorite swirl cap patterns for you to choose from and a video tutorial to show you how. We know you will be keen to whip one up in the holidays.

swirled ski cap free knitting pattern

via Ravelry 

The best part about doing-it-yourself is that you can make your cap as long or short as you like.

Scroll our page for the patterns like above, as well as a video tutorial to help you along.

via iknits

Knitted Swirled Ski Cap Video

In the video above, iKnits shares how to make a Swirl Knitted Ski Cap with a more subtle swirl pattern. It’s just as lovely, especially for those who don’t like to wear bulky items. Click play above to watch the whole pattern explained to you ^

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via Ravelry

You can play around with your colors and achieve all sorts of looks that will complement your outfit. Don’t forget to make one for a friend either. It’s a great homemade gift.

swirled ski cap free knitting pattern

VIA RAVELRY

This cap features super chunky spirals that are sure to be extra cozy! It’s available as a free Ravelry download here

VIA RAVELRY

The swirls in this hat look almost like pretty braided cables. It’s made using only left and right stitches, so it’s not overly complicated. You can get it as a free Ravelry download here

VIA RAVELRY

Here is a great version for kids of all ages! It’s available as a free Ravelry download here

VIA YO TEJO

Yo TEJO made this version for her kids and shared it for free on her blog. We love the top, which can have a pom-pom added to it! You can see the free pattern on her blog here just scroll down the page for the English version.

VIA PAMELAS BLOG

This colorful version was made by Ravelry user NikiKnits from a free pattern featured on Pamela’s Blog here

free pattern via Ravelry

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