Coriolis by Clair Thorley

Coriolis

Knitting
August 2011
Sport (12 wpi) ?
23 stitches = 4 inches
in stockingette
US 3 - 3.25 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
80 - 90 yards (73 - 82 m)
S/M/L (13"/14"/15" dia.)
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The Coriolis Effect is a deflection of moving objects when viewed in a rotating reference frame. It is the reason that cyclones rotate in either an anti-clockwise or clockwise direction depending on whether you are in the northern or southern hemisphere. The spiral arm pattern on this hat is reminiscent of the swirling shape of a cyclone seen from space.

This is a cute, quick and easy baby hat in 3 sizes (which correspond to 0-3mth, 3-6mth and 6-9mth sizes).

It is knitted in the round (no seams to rub the baby’s head) and is finished with an i-cord top knot.

This pattern also currently features in a kit, with the Dye Cauldron Yarn at The Loop, Kensington, Calgary.