A New Take on the double layered reversible beanie in which there are so many versions out there, here is to them all.
Aimee writes "This design was inspired by a hat that was seen while window shopping, and I decided to challenge myself to knit my own from scratch. Using the tools and tricks I’ve learned over my years of knitting I have applied them to my “new take” of a reversible beanie. I was inspired by the beautiful colors in the mYak palette and the baby yak lace makes a wonderful fingering weight when held double. With all this in mind this pattern is named A.N.T. – A New Take …"
I have added some kits below or you can choose any two colours from the mYak Baby Yak Lace range yourself. Enjoy.
GAUGE 26 stitches x 36 rows = 4” / 10 cm
YARN 2 x skeins mYak baby yak lace 50g skein (380 yds / 350m) held double.
SAMPLE Color A mYak baby yak lace held double in Saffron 312 yards Color B mYak baby yak lace held double in Sweet Kiss 312 yards
TOOLS Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain correct gauge. Suggested Size US 4/3.5 mm 16 in/40 cm circular needle and set DPN’s or long circular needle for magic loop method Crochet Hook and Scrap Yarn for Provisional Cast On Scissors 8 stitch markers (including one unique marker to distinguish beginning-of-round) Tapestry needle
FINISHED DIMENSIONS 23 in / 59 cm from end to end. Center circumference 18.5 in / 47 cm