grass-stitch beanie|slouchy by Lisa Seifert :: DoleValleyGirlKnits

grass-stitch beanie|slouchy

February 2016
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
23 stitches and 29 rows = 4 inches
in grass-stitch stitch pattern
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
110 - 130 yards (101 - 119 m)
Teen / Adult (one size fits most)
This pattern is available for $3.99 USD buy it now

Purchase together with the matching mitts and save -- see below!

The grass-stitch beanie is a design idea that came about while flipping through my knit stitchionary -- I fell in love with grass-stitch! Combining this deceptively easy stitch with a gorgeous skein of walnut-dyed merino from G. Sheller resulted in a project I’m proud of and thoroughly enjoyed designing and knitting!

The stitch pattern consists of a two-row repeat that is easily memorized making this a great project for social knitting. The decreases create a pleasing design that resembles a snowflake and will require a bit more of your attention, yet they are not at all difficult.

Instructions for both a beanie and a slouchy are included. Feel free to add a pompom if you’d like!

Adult (one size fits most)

Finished Measurements:
Beanie - approx. 8 inches from brim to top, unblocked
Slouchy - approx. 9.5 inches from brim to top, unblocked
Both fit head circumference up to 24 inches.

yarn needle, four stitch markers

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Happy Knitting!

A pattern for matching grass-stitch fingerless mitts is now available in my pattern shop (DoleValleyGirlKnits on Ravelry)!! A single skein of Cascade Yarns 220 Superwash is enough to knit both a beanie & a sm/med pair of mitts!