Jellyfish in the Waves Beanie by Joan Rowe

Jellyfish in the Waves Beanie

Knitting
January 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in unblocked stockinette
US 4 - 3.5 mm
200 - 230 yards (183 - 210 m)
18” (46 cm), 21” (53 cm), and 23” (58 cm)
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A beanie in three sizes featuring a wave pattern with a jellyfish floating through. The beanie is knitted in the round, and the jellyfish is knitted in one piece. The only sewing is to attach the jellyfish bell and the ends of the tentacles to the hat.

An intermediate knitter should have no trouble with this pattern.

The band, hat body and jellyfish are all knitted with fingering weight yarn. You may use any fingering yarn, but the yarn used in the hat pictured (size 21”) is
MC: (main color) KnitPicks Chroma fingering ‘Weather Vane’ 396 yds/100g: 34g
CC: (contrast color for band) KnitPicks Palette fingering ‘Mulberry’ 231yds/50g: 7g
JC: (jellyfish color) KnitPicks Hawthorne fingering ‘Fremont’ 357yds/100g: 7g

16” circular needle – I used US size 4 (3.5 mm), and a set of dpn.