The Onni Beanie by Kati Sarkijarvi
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The Onni Beanie

Knitting
September 2018
12 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch with bulky (#5) yarn
US 11 - 8.0 mm
US 13 - 9.0 mm
115 - 126 yards (105 - 115 m)
Adult
This pattern is available for free.

ONNI = Finnish for happiness!

The Onni Beanie is designed for both bulky and super bulky yarn - it’s a quick and fun, intermediate knitting project!

Also if you share a picture of the beanie on Instagram, please tag me @katimaariaknits and use the hashtag #onnibeanie – I can’t wait to see your designs! You may also sell the finished product but please give credit to the designer.

So in this free pattern you’ll find full written instructions on how to make the beanie from start to finish with both bulky and super bulky yarn, and a knitting chart for the pattern as well. The pattern is actually worked like any other cable pattern or chart would be (even if it doesn’t really look like cables…) but don’t let the cables scare you – once you get the hang of the pattern you’ll be knitting the beanie up in no time!

The bulky version (yarn weight category #5):
– 8mm/US 11 circular needles (Ø 40cm/16”) or DPNs OR any needles to obtain the gauge
– Approximately 108m/119 yards of bulky yarn (weight category #5) with the following gauge: 10×10 cm/4×4″ of stockinette stitch with 8mm/US 11 needles = 12 stitches, 14 rows

The super bulky version (yarn weight category #6):
– 10mm/US 13 circular needles (Ø 40cm/16”) or DPNs OR any needles to obtain the gauge
– Approximately 85m/92 yards of super bulky yarn (weight category #6) with the following gauge: 10×10 cm/4×4″ of stockinette stitch with 10mm/US 13 needles = 9 stitches, 12 rows