Winter beanie by Sandra Jäger

Winter beanie

December 2011
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
8 stitches and 9 rows = 1 inch
229 - 230 yards (209 - 210 m)
S/M up to 54 cm head circumreference (for bigger heads use bigger needle size or 5-ply yarn)
This pattern is available for €4.19 EUR buy it now

This my this season’s favorite winter beanie (up to now ;-).
It has a corrugated ribbing, a sweet snowflake peerie at the bottom and a lovely snow landscape with fence, houses and trees at the body. Snowflakes cover the upper half of the beanie and at the top is a single big white snowflake.

It will fit up to 54 cm head circumreference.
For bigger heads use bigger needle size or 5-ply yarn (e. g. Buttinette Merino Madeleine) or both!

I knit this beanie completely with Buttinette sock yarn söckli 4-ply in dark blue and off-white. You need about 40 g of each colour.

As this project is knit with only two colours throughout the total project it’s also suitable for colour-knitting beginners.

Note: There was a small mistake in the pattern. It said purl one row in black. It should be “ purl one row in blue”.

I corrected the pattern and sent all buyers an update.

Enjoy and happy knitting!