Devonshire Beanie by Mone Dräger

Devonshire Beanie

Knitting
January 2020
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in St st.
US 8 - 5.0 mm
279 - 372 yards (255 - 340 m)
S, M and L
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A cute beanie with an unusual construction method: First the cable band is worked from side to side and joined in the round, then stitches are picked up on either side of the band to work the ribbed brim and the crown in Stockinette Stitch. If desired, a pompom embellishes the beanie.

Size and measurements
S, M and L to fit head circumference of approximately 41.75 (45.5, 51) cm 16.5 (18, 20)”. Height results in 19 (19.5, 20) cm 7.5 (7.75, 8”) when worked as written in the pattern, adjustable.

Material
Approximately 250 (300) m 273 (328) yds of worsted weight yarn with a yardage of approximately 170 m (186 yds) per 50 g
Used in the sample: Lang Yarns Cashmere Light in colourway Champagne, 3 (3, 4) balls

5 mm / US size 8 DPNs or circular needle(s), for your preferred way to knit in the round

Cable needle, 9 (10, 11) stitch markers, darning needle, waste yarn, crochet hook in a suitable size for provisional cast on

Optional: Faux fur pom-pom or material for pom-pom making from yarn

Gauge
22 sts / 36 rnds = 10 cm/4”measured over Stockinette stitch, blocked
Cable panel with 30 sts is 7.5 cm (3”) wide