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    Default Knit Hats Warm?

    Are hand knit hats warm? Or are do the holes make for a cold hat when it's windy.

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    I have found that close knit hats work well in the cold

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    I only have knitted scarfs, I recently made one with the hat attached, It kept the back of my neck so warm.

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    Meh. It's the same as any other hat to me. It keeps me warm.
    Maybe it depends on how bulky/thick it is when knitted?

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    I thinks they are pretty warm and I made a hat with the scarf attached

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    When it's thick knitted than it's warm, but I have one with big holes and it's cold in the winter, especially when it's windy.

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    If a beanie is double knitted it will be very very warm


 

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