What I love most about the winter is the hats! For some it’s a way of protecting themselves from the freezing cold but for me it’s an actual obsession. I particularly like the beanie as it’s comfortable and practical but at the same time very feminine. The beanie featured in this tutorial is unusually beautiful in my opinion.
Even though it’s very basic, our sparkliest yarn, in fact called Sparkle, a clever mix of baby alpaca, merino wool and lamé gives it that something extra and better still you only need a small amount of yarn to make this beanie. With so many good reasons what are you waiting for!
Sparkle yarn 40 g / 1,41 oz
Needles no. 7EU/ 10 1/2US
How to make a beanie using our Sparkle yarn
Cast on 60 stitches.
Work 40 rows using the stockinette stitch.
41st row: knit stitch and drop 1 every 6 stitches
42nd row: purl
43rd row: knit stitch and drop 1 every 6 stitches
44th row: purl
45th row: knit stitch and drop 1 every 4 stitches
46th row: purl
47th row: knit stitch and drop 1 every 4 stitches
48th row: purl
49th row: knit stitch and drop 1 every 4 stitches
50th row: purl
There you go, it’s done!
See you next time.
P.S. If like me you have a huge passion for hats then make sure you check out the pom pom beret project made with Cyrcus yarn. So soft and cosy I bet it will capture your heart.