Many hats that you see of Borromean rings only have pictures of them. This hat takes it to the literal sense. This hat is constructed of Borromean rings. They are simply three separate rings interlocked together. In other words, there are two separate rings that are joined together by the third ring.
Take a good look. How many of you had actually seen the hat like this? Possibly never!
My job is to make things stylish but unusual. What good am I if I am just a dime a dozen? There are many untapped styles that need to be discovered.
I am inspired by mathematical shapes. I am not a mathematician, though. I dislike solving math equations. If you give me a bunch of numbers, I will most likely not have anything to do with it. However, I need pictures because I am a visual.
Majority of my work is exploring and discovering shapes and making wearable art with crochet.
I like the craft of crochet because it is portable and easy to manipulate and a maneuver. So the next time you visit my Etsy shop, you will notice where my hats came from. Pure imagination and inspiration from all around.
I give myself a challenge today. I wanted to recreate the Borromean ring scarf. I previously made one, but I wanted to improve it. My next challenge will be a smaller one and a hat version of it. I am making a pattern in the meantime. I don’t know when it will be finished.
I like the way it turned out anyway. If you click on the listing, you will see and different angles. One of them you will see it on the mannequin. The next one you will see its standing upon its own. I hope you will like it.
Originally listed this as a hat, but now as a scarf. You can just wear on your head, look around your neck.
The trefoil knot has the same effect like a Mobius strip. The front and back are seen at the same time with a continuous flow. You can wear this as a bandanna or a neck scarf. You can still wear them on your head or neck.