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Tangerin-ie Beanie

Tangerin-ie Beanie

If you are looking for a quick and easy project that you will love, then we have a beanie for you! Scroll down for the free pattern, and get the yarn below!

The Tangerin-ie hand knit beanie by Bellish
Ball of yarn with artistically laid strand

This worsted weight beanie is an incredibly fast and easy knit, and would be great choice for knitting newbies.

To create this beanie here are some of our suggestions:

Cast on

Use US size 5 / 3.75 mm circular needles (16 in / 40 cm length).

CO 96 stitches using your preferred cast on style. Join to work in the round, and place marker to indicate the BOR.

Rib

2x2 Rib Round 1
[k2, p2] repeat between brackets to end of round.

Next Rounds
Repeat 2x2 rib pattern until rib measures 1.75 in / 4.5 cm.

Body

Transition to US size 7 / 4.5 mm circular needles and begin the body section of the beanie as follows.

Stockinette Round 1
Knit.

Next Rounds
Repeat stockinette pattern until body measures 4 in / 10 cm.

Decreases

When working the decreases, transition to double pointed needles when the stitches can no longer reach comfortably around the circular needle.

Round 1
[k10, k2tog] repeat between brackets to end of round.

Round 2
Knit.

Round 3
[k9, k2tog] repeat between brackets to end of round.

Round 4
Knit.

Round 5
[k8, k2tog] repeat between brackets to end of round.

Round 6
[k7, k2tog] repeat between brackets to end of round.

Round 7
[k6, k2tog] repeat between brackets to end of round.

Round 8
[k5, k2tog] repeat between brackets to end of round.

Round 9
[k4, k2tog] repeat between brackets to end of round.

Round 10
[k3, k2tog] repeat between brackets to end of round.

Round 11
[k2, k2tog] repeat between brackets to end of round.

Round 12
[k, k2tog] repeat between brackets to end of round.

Round 13
Repeat k2tog to the end of round.

Finishing

Cut working yarn, leaving a long tail. Pull the tail through the remaining stitches and pull the top closed tightly. Draw the working yarn through the top center of the hat (to the inside) and weave it in securely on the inside of the beanie. Weave in any remaining ends.

A tutorial on how to make your own pompom is available on our blog! https://www.bellish.co/post/how-to-make-a-pompom

Yarn

Worsted
weight |
10 ply

Main Color:

135 meters / 147 yards

Gauge

20 stitches and 26 rows in over 4 in / 10 cm with 7 US / 4.5 mm needles

Needles

Circular 5 US / 3.75 mm

Circular 7 US / 4.5 mm

Notions

Darning / wool needle

Size

This pattern is knit to fit an adult woman. If you would like to knit a different size, or to change anything else about the pattern, download Bellish for free to customize your own beanie.

Info
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Base illustration showing measurements

Head Circumference:

19.25 in / 49.0 cm

Height:

8.5 in / 21.5 cm

Negative Ease:

3 in / 7.5 cm

BOR: Beginning of round

CO: Cast on

DEC: Decrease/decreased/decreases

INC: Increase/increased/increases

K: Knit

K2TOG: Knit two stitches together-(decrease 1 stitch)

KFB: Knit front and back

M: Marker/s

P: Purl

PM: Place Marker

REP: Repeat

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Base
Beanie
Garment pattern section icon
sections

Body Fitted

Ribbing Flat

With Pompom

Swatch icon
embellishment
Plain
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yarn
Worsted
weight
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size
22 in / 56 cm
The Tangerin-ie by Bellish beanie illustration