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Printed Beanie | Free Pattern


This cozy beanie features bulky-weight yarn and a simple stitch pattern. Have fun knitting up this cozy winter accessory!


Materials

  • 100-150 grams of any bulky weight yarn. Sample uses Hobbii Amigo Aquarelle Chunky in color #01

  • Size 11 (8.00mm) circular needles, suitable for the method(s) of your choice

  • Scissors, yarn needle, stitch marker

Gauge

5 stitches and 8 rounds = 2 inches in stockinette stitch, worked in the round


Abbreviations

CO: cast on

k: knit

p: purl

pm: place marker

beg: beginning

ea: each

st(s): stitch(es)

k2tog: knit two stitches together

*...*: repeat the instructions in the asterisks


Helpful Tutorials

Closing the top of a beanie:

https://www.instagram.com/tv/CJ4tvOOpRQB/


Sizing Notes

  • This pattern is designed to fit baby-adults and distributed into three sizes that are written as S(M, L). Each size measures approximately 17(19, 21) inches when finished. Each size will fit many heads, so I recommend choosing the size that best suits your negative/positive ease preferences.

Pattern Notes

  • Find the yarn featured in this pattern here.

  • This beanie is worked in the round, so place a marker at the beginning of each round.

  • You can use any method you would like to work in the round. I personally prefer using a 16” circular needle, then switching to magic loop/DPNs for the crown of the beanie.


Brim

CO 42(48, 54) sts using the long tail cast on method, and pm to mark the beg of ea round.

Rounds 1-6(8, 10)

*k1, p1* around


Body

Rounds 1-3

k all sts

Round 4

*k3, p3* around

Rounds 4-7

k all sts

Round 8

*p3, k3* around

Continue

Repeat Rounds 1-8 until the beanie measures 7(8, 9) inches from the cast on edge. If you would like your beanie to be less/more slouchy, simply work less/more repeats.


Proceed to Crown Instructions


Crown

Round 1

*k4, k2tog* around

Round 2

*k3, k2tog* around

Round 3

*k2, k2tog* around

Round 4

*k1, k2tog* around

Round 5

k2tog around


Finishing

Cut yarn, and weave through rem sts with the tail. Refer to this tutorial if needed.

Most hats are fine without blocking, since they will naturally shape to fit the recipient’s head over time. However, feel free to spritz the beanie, and place it on a head form to shape.


After blocking, top with a yarn or faux fur pom if desired! Find my favorite poms here.


Lastly, enjoy and show off your beautiful new beanie, or gift it to someone special. If desired, share it on Instagram using the #thegracefultangle and tag @thegracefultangle!

I hope you enjoyed following this pattern! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to send an email to thegracefultangle@gmail.com. Don't forget to follow along on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook and to stay in the loop!


Until next time,

Amy Kate


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