Mathom Beanie by K.A.M.E. Crochet

Mathom Beanie

February 2019
both are used in this pattern
yarn held together
+ Lace
= Worsted (9 wpi) ?
4 stitches = 1 inch
4.5 mm
150 - 200 yards (137 - 183 m)
Toddler, Child, Adult
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The Mathom Beanie is finally updated!

It’s available to buy from Hobbii’s website HERE!

This beautiful and fluffy beanie is a great addition to your fall/winter accessories and will keep you warm during the cold season!
It works up quick and the texture created by the different stitches gives you a unique look!
The beanie is made with two different yarns, strands held together: 1 strand of Extra Fine Merino for warmness and 1 strand of Kid Silk for fluffiness.

If you dont want to use the recommended yarn, the pattern works fine with any aran/worsted weight yarn too.

Special thanks to my testers:
Cheryl Freeman
Kerry Freeman
Michelle Schneider
Ágnes Viktória Szücs

Difficulty: Intermediate

Finished Size:
This pattern has the instructions for 5 sizes, starting from toddler size to adult
size (the adult size has 2 different sizing options)

Materials needed:

• 4.5mm (G+) Hook (I used Furls Bocote Alpha)
• Hobbii Friends Extra Fine Merino and Hobbii Friends Kid Silk held together in the following quantities (I used Color 52-Dusty Rose):
o Toddler: 25-30 grams (1-1 ball of each)
o Child Small: 30-35 grams (1-1 ball of each)
o Child Large: 40-45 grams (1-1 ball of each)
o Adult Small/Medium: 45-50 grams (1-1 ball of each)
o Adult Large: 55-60 grams (2-2 balls of each)
or alternatively you can use any other aran/worsted yarn suitable
(Note: Using aran/worsted weight yarn changes the yarn quantities required!)
• Yarn needle for weaving in ends
• Scissors
• Stitch markers
• Faux Fur Pompom

US terms used throughout


It is available to download as a photo tutorial and it has a print friendly version too.

I hope you’ll love it as much as I loved creating it!

Happy crocheting!