Shoreline Beanie by Ranée Mueller

Shoreline Beanie

Knitting
November 2017
Aran (8 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Rev st st
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
135 - 160 yards (123 - 146 m)
Adult S (Adult M, Adult L)
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Shoreline takes its inspiration from the seashore, which is a place I have always loved. The single cable panel mimics the motion of water on the shore, while the twisted stitches represent the granular sand, and the reverse stockinette stitch behind the cable acts as the water smoothed beach. The beanie is worked in the round from the bottom up, featuring twisted stitches and cabling. The cables are incorporated into the crown shaping so as not to interrupt the wave pattern.

Materials:
approximately 135 (140, 155) yards / 120 (130, 145) meters Aran weight yarn

Skills Required: Knitting in the round, increasing and decreasing, cabling.

Errata for Magazine Pattern Only: If you are using the pattern in the magazine, for size L, please note that rounds 12 and 13 of the decreases have errors and should read as follows -

Round 12: P2tog, {K1tbl, P1} 3 times, SSK, P2tog, P2, {K1tbl, P1} twice, SSK, +P2tog, K1tbl, P1 3 times, SSK; repeat from + to end, 32 stitches remain.

Round 13: K2tog, {P1, K1tbl} twice, SSP, P2tog, P1, K1tbl, P1, K1tbl twice, SSP, +K2tog, {P1, K1tbl} twice, SSP; repeat from + to end, 24 stitches remain.