Beck Beanie Pattern

From: FREE

This single pattern is available as a download.
*this is a free download. If you wanted a printed pattern this is available from the Skipton studio for £2.

My design ideas and advice: This hat is the perfect hat for a beginner to learn how to knit and purl in the row. There is simple shaping for the crown too – another technique to try out and add to your new skills!
It uses super chunky yarn so if you are an experienced knitter it can be knitted in an evening – perfect if you want a new hat for a chilly frosty morning!

This fun ribbed pom pom hat uses the simple rib which means you can easily knit this pattern longer so that your hat can either have a brim, if you want it to, or if you knit the short version it becomes a fitted beanie. I love adding a touch of colour to the hat with a pom pom, this can use oddments of other knitted things, to leave you with a hat that reminds you of all those lovely things you have made.

For this pattern I used:

Yarn & Amounts: One 100g hank of Purl &Jane Supermerino (100% merino wool, 100g/65m/71yds)
Or you can use two strands of aran weight yarn held together – Two hanks of WYS Bluefaced Leicester Aran – Undyed (100% Bluefaced Leicester, 166m/181yds per 100g)

Metres: 63m.

Needles: 9mm.

Gauge (tension):  10 stitches and 14 rows to 10cm/4ins square over rib then slightly stretched using 9mm needles.

Measurements:  to fit average adult head


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