It happens that in the summer the weather frowns. When the wind and bad weather are on the street, the head should be covered. Today we'll tie a summer hat for cool weather. Legend: CCN - column with a crochet; SBN - stab without a crochet; VP - air loop. For knitting we will need a sectional yarn of "Krokh" of the Trinity Worsted Factory. We knit the bottom of the cap. On the magic loop we knit 12 SSN. Next we will knit a circle - in the second row we will tie two CCPs into each loop-base, in the third row we will knit two CSCs into each even loop, in the fourth row - in each third loop-base, in the fifth row - in every fourth loop In the sixth row - in every fifth base, etc. Thus it is necessary to tie up to the required diameter of the bottom. It is considered as follows: the circumference of the head is divided by 3.14 and we subtract 2 cm for a tight fit. After the bottom of the cap is connected, we will knit the main pattern of the cap without adding. We make 1 VP of lifting, we pass two loop-bases and in the third loop we knit 5 SSN. We skip two more loops of the previous row and into the third SCN climb. Thus we knit the "shell" pattern to the end of the row and finish the series with a connecting loop in the lifting loop. We begin the next series. We dial 4 VP and we are tying CCN into the same loop-base. Again, dial 2 VP and knit the RLS to the top of the "shell" (third CCF in the previous row). Another 2 VP and SSN in the loop between the two "shells" (RLS in the previous row). We knit 1 VP and CCN in the same loop-base. Again 2 VP and RLS to the top of the next "shell". We knit this way to the end of the row. We end the series with a connecting loop in the third VP. We send the connecting column to the resulting "slingshot". Next, we knit 3 CLS in the "slingshot" (not in the loops themselves, but under them). We pass 2 loops at the base and knit the RLS (it must coincide with the top of the "shell" on the previous row). Now we will knit the entire series of 5 STS in each "slingshot". And to make the RLS into the tops of the shells. At the end of the series, we chain 2 SSNs into the "slingshot" with the three SSNs already tied. And we close the series with a connecting loop. Thus, alternating rows with "shells" and "slingshots", we knit to the desired depth of the cap. The hat is ready. This cap is perfect for walking in windy weather in summer or early autumn.