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This pattern is in english.

 

The Mira Hat knitting pattern is a beanie knitting pattern for a hat that combines different ribbing textures to create a beautiful and classic yet interesting beanie.

 

The Knitting Pattern for a beanie is suited for confident beginners and intermediate knitters and comes in two sizes (more information about sizing down below).

 

See more information about Needle SizesGauge and Materials down below.

 

The knitting pattern will be sent to your e-mail as a PDF file.

 

Description

The Mira Hat knitting pattern is a beanie knitting pattern for a hat that combines different ribbing textures to create a beautiful and classic yet interesting beanie. The Mira hat is knitted from the bottom up. First, the brim is knitted in 1×1 rib pattern. The brim is folded after about 8 cm, working a few rows of double knit so that a nice, clean turned-over edge is created. Then switch to a 2×2 rib pattern. Decorative decreases are made at the top of the hat by knitting stitches together in a total of four places per round. The beanie knitting pattern can be knitted to a length that either fits snugly on the head, or a little longer to create a small taper on the head.

Begin by making a gauge swatch to check that you have the correct gauge.

 

Sizes

Women (Men)

Head circumference:

53 – 57 cm (57 – 60 cm)

 

Needles

Circular needles: 3.5 mm [US4] 40 cm [16 inches] and Double pointed needles 3.5 mm [US4] or a Circular knitting needle 3.5 mm 80 or 100 cm [40 inches] for Magic Loop

 

Gauge

22 sts x 32 rows = 10 x 10 cm [4 x 4 inches] in ribbing *k1, p1* on 3.5 mm [US4] needles

 

Material

100g Favolana Alpaca-Merino yarn (100g = 200m)

together with

 

50 g “Alva” from Filcolana or  50 g “Alpakka Følgetråd” from Sandnes Garn or 25 g “Kid Silk” from Drops

 

or

100g  Favolana Gotlamd Lambswool yarn (100g =200m)

 

Note that you will need more yarn if you want to knit a longer beanie.

 

Difficulty

●●●○○ (3 out of 5)

Mira hat by WeMadeWardrobe English

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