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Enneadi Beanie

$5.00

This beanie was inspired by our families love of the game naughts and crosses (tic-tac-toe). We play it a lot, at restaurants, in the car waiting for a family member, at the shack, the beach, everywhere 🙂

The name Enneadi broadly means naughts and crosses in Ancient Greek.

The PDF download is for the beanie knitting pattern only.

he beanie is a colourwork beanie, worked in 2 colours. Its largest float is 6 stitches.

The rib is a basic 2 x 2 rib, with a little twist.

While the beanie is designed to be a fitted hat, it can easily be made longer by adding extra pattern repeats.

There are 3 sizes available:

Small - to fit 18-20” (45-51cm)
Medium - to fit 21-22” (43-56cm) and
Large - to fit 23-24” (58-61cm)

The finished measurements of the beanie are as follows:

Brim circumference 17 (18, 20)”/42.5, (46, 50) cm, blocked and unstretched. Length from base of brim to top centre of crown 7 (8.5, 9”) 18 (21, 23) cm.

Gauge for the hat is 26 sts x 28 rounds over 4” (10cm) in the colour work stitch after blocking, knitted int he round on US #7/5mm needles.

The yarn required is two colours totalling 50g for the smallest, 60g for the medium size and 70g for the largest size, knitted to pattern.

The PDF download is for the beanie pattern only.

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