This is a sassy, bouncy, spiral hat knit flat on the bias and kitchener stitched together. It is totally reversible, and I recommend knitting it in long gradient yarns, pulling from either end of the same ball or using contrasting gradients. It is worked in small, 20-row sections and is therefore customizable to any size.
To knit this hat, you will need: 1 ball Kauni Wool 8/2 Effektgarn or other sport weight yarn (I used approximately 300 meters/328 yards to make this hat, drawing from opposite ends so that the gradients ran into each other) 3 mm circular needles (between size 2 and 3 US) 1 stitch marker crochet hook for provisional cast on tapestry needle for kitchener stitch, and to weave in ends
Gauge information: 24 stitches = 10 cm/4 inches in stockinette stitch 10 rows = 3.2 cm/1 ¼ inches in garter stitch (this is the hat band, so measure this section to fit your head)