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Ribbed Beanie & Handwarmers Using Manos Maxima

Ribbed Beanie & Handwarmers Using Manos Maxima

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The Design

“Learn to knit in the round.”

This Churchmouse Classroom First Projects pattern will teach you to work in the round using two different methods. For the beanie, you’ll begin with a short circular needle. As you begin to decrease for the crown, you will need to change to double-point needles—great practice for the stylish handwarmers! Ribbing is very stretchy, so sizing your beanie is quite forgiving.

PHOTO TUTORIALS IN THIS PATTERN:

  • Decreasing a stitch.
  • Joining in the round.
  • ‘Buttonhole’ thumb opening.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Cable cast-on method, the knit stitch, the purl stitch, combining knits & purls, binding off in pattern, and weaving in tails. Need help with any of these techniques? See our Learn-To-Knit Companion booklet.

The Details

FINISHED SIZES
Child/Small Adult Beanie: To fit 18–22"/46-56cm head; approx. 15"/38cm around x 7½"/19cm deep, not stretched (it will shorten as it stretches out).
Medium/Large Adult Beanie: To fit 20–24"/51-61cm head; approx. 17"/43cm around x 8"/20cm deep not stretched (it will shorten as it stretches out).
Handwarmers: Approx. 7"/18cm around x 7½"/19cm long.

YARN
Child/Small Adult (Med/Large Adult) Beanie: Approx. 115yds/105m (150yds/137m) of worsted-weight yarn (ball band should suggest a gauge of approx. 18 stitches = 4"/10cm).
We used 1 skein Manos del Uruguay Maxima (219 yds/200m) in Color 2545 Pewter (on her), Color 2515 Slate (on him).
Handwarmers: Approx. 140yds/128m of worsted-weight yarn (ball band should suggest a gauge of approx. 18 stitches = 4"/10cm.) Note: If you lengthen handwarmers, you will need more yarn.
We used 1 skein Manos del Uruguay Maxima (219 yds/200m) in Color 2545 Pewter.

NEEDLES & NOTIONS
Beanie: US 7 (4.5mm) 16"/40cm circular needles and double-points, or size needed to obtain gauge.
Handwarmers: US 5 (3.75mm) 7½"/19cm (or longer) double- pointed needles, or size needed to obtain gauge. Note: Handwarmers are knit on smaller needles for a slightly denser fabric.
Stitch marker (beanie only).
Blunt darning needle to finish.

GAUGE
Beanie: Approx. 26 sts/30 rounds = 4"/10cm in K2/P2 ribbing, not stretched.
Handwarmers: Approx. 28 sts/32 rounds = 4"/10cm in K2/P2 ribbing, not stretched.

KNITTER'S NOTES
Ribbing is very stretchy, so sizing your beanie is quite forgiving. As ribbing stretches around it shortens a little in length, so for an extra large hat, you can add a few rounds instead of adding more stitches. What could be simpler?

Digital Classroom: Ribbed Beanie & Handwarmers pattern. (Download)

Printed Classroom: Ribbed Beanie & Handwarmers pattern. (Requires shipping.)

US 7 (4.5mm) 16" Clover bamboo circular needles.

US 7 (4.5mm) Brittany birch double-pointed needles, set of 5.

US 5 (3.75mm) Brittany birch double-pointed needles, set of 5.

COLOR: 2020 Spirulina. Shades of yellow, from gold to chartreuse.

COLOR: 2145 Coral. Hot pink.

COLOR: 2183 Sweet Potato. Rich glowing orange with splashes of coral.

COLOR: 2241 Sand. Sandy taupe with hints of warm wheat.

COLOR: 2349 Oxygen. Translucent aqua beach glass.

COLOR: 2426 Stratus. Pale hazy sky blue.

COLOR: 2451 Ion. Blues from cornflower to cobalt.

COLOR: 2545 Pewter. Dark slate blue.

COLOR: 2552 Foil. Pale greys, from silver to pewter.

COLOR: 2590 Natural. Soft pale cream.

COLOR: 2515 Slate. Moody blues and olive greens.

COLOR: 9644 Chrysanthemum. Variegated dark rose, gold, tangerine, chartreuse, sage, olive.

COLOR: 8673 Fruits of the Forest. Variegated rose, lavender, warm brown, sky, olive, tangerine, coppery orange.

COLOR: 5000 Cincuenta. A blend of several shades of purple, finishing with teal, yellow, coral, and pops of blue and orange.

COLOR: 6918 Camo. Variegated shades of olive, from light to dark, with hints of sea glass and golden moss.

COLOR: 9597 Purple Rain. Variegated blues, purples, and grey, with pops of white and orchid.

COLOR: 9775 Marble. Variegated silver, lavender, dusty pink, dusty blue, palest grey, smoke.

COLOR: 6761 Agua. Variegated green, bright lime, blue, sea glass, and aqua.

COLOR: 7164 Ultramarine. Variegated shades of tealy blues and greens.

COLOR: 9850 Fresh Water. A soothing stream of varigated blues.

COLOR: 2413 Regatta. Bright admiral blue.

COLOR: 2114 Madder. Strawberry red with hints of pink and orange.

COLOR: 2500 Black. Timeless black.

COLOR: 2199 Carmine. Rich blood orange.

COLOR: 2321 Herb. Fresh sage green.

COLOR: 2149 Petal. Ballet slipper pink.

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