Little Things Beanie by Pamela Kay

Little Things Beanie

Knitting
January 2021
The Yarn And Us DK Donegal Tweed Minis
The Yarn And Us DK Donegal Tweed
DK (11 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 29 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette, worked in the round, using larger needles and blocked
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
69 - 368 yards (63 - 336 m)
Newborn, Toddler, Child, Teen, Adult 1, 2, 3
low vision format available
Flag of English English
This pattern is available for $8.00 USD buy it now

PAY WHAT YOU CAN

As a way of making my designs more financially accessible while still receiving fair pay, I am offering Pay What You Can pricing for all my designs. The listed price is what I believe to be fair for my work. To purchase the pattern for a price more accessible to you, I invite you to choose the price that works for you. Simply enter your chosen code at checkout to receive the percentage off the listed price.

ATOH20 – 20% Off listed price

ATOH40 – 40% Off listed price

ATOH50 – 50% Off listed price

Please note for those located in Europe that VAT is applied at checkout.

“I believe in little things that you can hardly see…and just how big little things can be.” (Little Things, Joseph G. Raposo)

DESCRIPTION
LITTLE THINGS BEANIE is knit bottom up beginning with a twisted rib. Different colors alternate throughout, while elongated stitches reach into the previous color. Little twists of stitches create texture and make for an engaging knit! Seven sizes from Newborn to Adult 27” (70 cm) are provided and utilize different amounts of mini skeins creating endless possibilities. Options are included for a folded brim, as well as more slouch!

SIZES
Newborn, Toddler, Child (Teen, Adult 1, 2, 3)

To Fit Head Circumference:
13, 15, 18 (20, 22, 25, 27)
33, 38, 45 (50, 57, 63, 70) cm

#SizeInclusive

Finished Measurements:

SizeCircumferenceRegular Brim HeightFolded Brim Height
Newborn9.5”5.75”7”
24 cm15 cm18 cm
Toddler12”6.75”8”
30 cm17 cm20 cm
Child14.5”6.75”8”
37 cm17 cm20 cm
Teen16.5”9”11.25”
42 cm23 cm29 cm
Adult 119”10.25”12.5”
48 cm26 cm32 cm
Adult 221.5”11.25”13.5”
55 cm29 cm35 cm
Adult 324”12.5”14.75”
61 cm32 cm38 cm

​​
GAUGE, NEEDLES, NOTIONS
Gauge: 19 stitches & 29 rounds = 4” (10 cm) in stockinette using larger needles and blocked

Recommended Needles: US 7 (4.5mm) and US 8 (5.0mm) 16”/40 cm circular & DPNs if not using magic loop

Notions: stitch marker, tapestry needle, scissors, cable needle (optional)

YARN
This beanie is designed for a DK weight yarn. I used The Yarn and Us DK Donegal Tweed, 85% SW Merino Wool/15% Donegal Nylon NEPS (231yds / 211 meters, 100 g), Mini Skeins (46yd/42m, 20g). I recommend solids and tonals to allow the texture to shine.

Regular Brim:

SizeNewbornToddlerChildTeenAdult 1Adult 2Adult 3
Yards6992115184230276368
Meters6384105168210252336


Folded Brim:

SizeNewbornToddlerChildTeenAdult 1Adult 2Adult 3
Yards92115138230276322414
Meters84105126210252294378


TECHNIQUES USED
Knitting in the round, increases, decreases, twisted stitches, and elongated stitches.

CUSTOMIZATION
This pattern is easily customized! Stripes can be made using two or more colors and alternating them in any combination. You might also choose to knit your beanie in all one color and with a folded brim!

The height of the brim and slouch of the beanie can be easily lengthened by working additional repeats. Instructions are provided within the pattern. Please note that this modification will change the amount of yardage needed.

ACCESSIBILITY
Low Vision Accessibility: This pattern is available in a low vision accessible format as a separate PDF with the pattern file name: LVA ALL CAPS. It is written in 24 point Arial font in all black text on a white background. All text is left-justified and has no italics. All of the directions are fully written out. Charts are included, but not needed to complete the pattern. #LowVision

Screen Reader Compatibility: This pattern is also available in a screen reader compatible format as a separate PDF with the pattern file name: SRA ALL CAPS. It does not contain any parentheses, and it has been reviewed and tested to work with a screen reader. Special thanks to Renee Van Hoy for her guidance.

SHARING
See pictures of other Little Things Beanies and share pictures of your own progress on Instagram with the hashtag #LittleThingsBeanie. Be sure to tag @ATouchOfHazel too!

Pattern is fully written and charted
Pattern has been professionally tech edited and tested.