Aish Slouchy Beanie by Rachy Newin

Aish Slouchy Beanie

September 2015
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
7 stitches and 6 rows = 2 inches
in hdc
5.0 mm (H)
120 - 140 yards (110 - 128 m)
When gauge is met, beanie has a brim measuring approximately 24”, but the flexible nature of the ribbing means the hat can fit a range of sizes.
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The Aish set offers mostly full coverage for warmth, but adds a touch of openwork for style. The pattern is specifically designed to work with variegated and feltable yarns so that the style remains evident even with short color changes or if the yarn felts a bit.

The beanie is worked from the brim up. Pattern includes instructions for extending the brim as well as lengthening the hat for added slouch. As with all patterns in the Aish set, the instructions can be used to make a beanie with the openwork angling from left to right as well as a beanie with the openwork angling from right to left.

This pattern is intended for an advanced beginner or intermediate crocheter.

Get the matching gloves and scarf/cowl for the full set! Just two skeins of Maxima is enough to make a cowl, gloves, and beanie, the beanie and gloves can both be made out of one skein.