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At String, we believe there are two characteristics that make a hat unique and the one you want to wear often: quality fiber and a fun, interesting pattern.

We know that you love to make hats all year long because hats are the most popular accessory worn throughout the winter months leading into spring. But hats have lasting power beyond cold weather, we have come to wear them throughout the year making the “hat” a new sought after fashion statement.

Knitting a hat is the perfect way to try stitch patterns, new techniques and get the most benefit from a super warm and cozy fiber like cashmere, merino, and cashmere/cotton in the spring. We recommend adding a fun pop of color to create some feel-good energy and thoughts of warmer weather in the seasons to come.

String Yarns Geo Hat

Our Geo Hat designed by Whitney Spivey is right in-line with geometric designs we’ve seen on the runways. By using geometric shapes, a simple structure is elevated to chic and stylish. As a quick knit, the Geo Hat is the perfect gift for the whole family. Work the hat up in String’s exclusive Classica DK for the winter and then enjoy the design in the Spring with our String’s Breeze yarn, a cotton, cashmere and silk blend. Change the colors to achieve a whole new look.

Take the Geo Hat to the next level of sophistication by finishing it off with an optional fur pom-pom. We love introducing you to a pattern that is fun to make, chic and versatile. Enjoy!!

Get the Geo Hat 15% OFF this week [HERE]

February 19, 2016

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