Honeymoon Beanie


Honeymoon Beanie


Honeymoon Beanie
Honeymoon Beanie

"I was trying to use a wool a little crazy in the level of its colors. I wanted to make twists, and see them, that's why I chose a plain yarn to knit the bottom of the beanie, to put the patterns in values. It is a model easier than it seems, it is necessary to master the simple twists, the increases and the decreases. The change of color requires a little attention, but there is nothing insurmountable."

NotesTo find an English PDF version of this pattern, scroll down to the bottom of the blog post to download.


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm, 8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Knitting Loom TypeRound Knitting Loom

Materials List

  • 1 ball of Edition 3.0 Schoppel Wolle
  • 1 ball of Urga, Fonty
  • Cable needle
  • Circular needles 4mm
  • Circular needles 5mm
  • Row counter
  • Stitch marker

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I love the beanie but Cannot find the English version of the pattern. Sadly I have gone round and round in circles to no avail. The pattern cannot be found. Where is the blog you are referring to? Can someone please give me step by step instructions to find the correct page and link? I'm lost

I can't seem to figure out how to get to the English version of this pattern. Every time I click the link it brings me to a French blog. I have tried finding a link on that blog, but still only French links. Very pretty hat though.

Hello indymindi, if you scroll down to the very bottom of the blog post, you will see a link that says "In English:Honeymoon_Beanie_English_Pattern." Click on this link in order to access the English version of the pattern. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

I really like this especially in the rainbow colour and I was expecting it to be much harder than it looks but as long as you know how to cable and to knit in the round it is fairly easy, I wasn't able to find the wool in the UK and substituted for DK yarn although I have found this to be a bit of a loose knit and so I may try it again with Aran / worsted weight yarn. The most difficult part is reading the pattern, the instructions are easy to follow but the font used is not the most user friendly especially for someone who is dyslexic like me.


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