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Le Bon Beanie

Le Bon Beanie

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Le Bon Beanie is a basic but not that much.

In this hat you are going to work two strands of mohair held together; don’t worry because it’s not that bad, but if at this point in your knitting life you don’t feel ready, you can replace the two mohair strands with a single one of any hairless yarn in a sport-dk weight.


We will start the hat as if it were a sock, at the tip-toe using a double cast on to work stitches on both sides. We will work FLAT only half of the stitches until we get a rectangle from which to pick up stitches to continue working in THE ROUND. In the list of videos you will find the video with the step by step of the beginning, from the assembly until we start working in the round.

Then we will make increases without altering the constant pattern of the 1x1 rib. Once the necessary number of stitches has been reached, we will work 1x1 elastic until we reach the indicated length, we will mark the fold with a special round and we will work again in 1x1 elastic the desired hem length.

The bind off that I propose is the tubular one but if this bind off method sounds tedious you can use your favorite elastic bind off. 


In the pattern you will find videos of all the techniques used.

SKILLS: Intermediate


SIZE: one size, adult


MOHAIR VERSION : Rowan, Kidsilk Haze; 70% Mohair, 30% Silk; 25 g, 210 m / 0.88 oz, 230 yd.

CA: #727, Campsis o #597, Jelly. 1 ball.

CB: #714, Fuchsia o #688, Sweet. 1 ball.

THE BASICDMC, Merino Essential 4; 50% Merino, 50% Acriilic; 100 g, 250 m / 3.52 oz, 273 yd.

CA: #887, Denim. 1 ball.


3.5 mm- 40 cm [US 4 - 20” ] circular needles, or the required needle size to obtain the corret gauge.

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