Kelim beanie Pattern


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Knitting: Kelim beanie
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men, Girls, Boys



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • some experience with stranded knitting with two colors

Pattern Description:

I was inspired by Turkish carpet patterns. Therefore it got its name: Kelim.
It's very colorful but only knit with two strands of yarn throughout the whole beanie.
So it is also suitable for stranded knitting beginners.
You have to concentrate a bit more on the chart but I added a trick how you can remember it over the whole row.
It's easily adjustable to other sizes by leaving out or adding chart repeats. And it is a "fake" fair isle pattern and so much fun!


Knitting gauge in stranded pattern: 1 x 1 inch: 8 stitches and 9 rows

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • S/M (about 52 " 54 cm head circumreference) , the pattern can be easily adjusted to other sizes


  • about 35 g of black 4-ply sock yarn
  • about 35 g of multicolor 4-ply sock yarn (e.g. Lana Grossa sunset)

You Will Also Need:

  • circular needle size 3.00 mm (40 cm)
  • 5 double pointed needles 3.00 mm
  • tapestry needle to weave in the ends

Suggested yarn:

230 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Buttinette sckli, Lana Grossa sunset (multicolor yarn)


black and multicolor

About Designer

About Designer

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I'm a hobby pattern creator and love knitting and creating Fair Isle patterns.
I wish you as much fun knitting and wearing them as I have designing them!

If you like my patterns checkout my patterns at Ravelry. You can either search for stoperror or find me under the designers as Sandra Jaeger.

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