Strathcona Beanie

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Strathcona Beanie Pattern


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Knitting: Strathcona Beanie
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Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knitting in the round, basic shaping, easy lace

Pattern Description:

A great one skein project, Strathcona is a lightweight and versatile beanie with a lace border and garter stitch ridges.

Choose from one of two silhouettes: an elfin pointed crown for a whimsical festive hat, or a casual slouched beanie. If you like, top either version off with a pom pom. This hat is worked in fingering weight yarn, making it a nice light layer on winter days, but without crushing your hair. The brim is generous enough to cover your ears; or, you can fold it up and wear it like a toque.


24 sts, 32 rows = 4 inches/10cm in pattern in st st, blocked

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Adult M, Circumference 20 inches


  • Approx 250 yds fingering weight yarn
  • Optional pom pom requires an additional 40 yards
  • US 4/3.5 mm 16 inch circular needles (or size required to obtain gauge)
  • You will need dpn's (or comparable) to shape the crown
  • (Samples shown in Zealana Rimu Fingering (pointed version) and Brooklyn Tweed Loft)

You Will Also Need:

  • Stitch marker

About Designer

About Designer

Megan Goodacre on

Megan Goodacre is a graphic artist and knitting designer. She has been knitting for over thirty years, and is the realist on the Tricksy Knitter team.
When she's not knitting, she's designing for CalmSea Media. Megan is inspired by colour theory, modern design, and beautiful yarn.
Her knitting designs have been published in Interweave Knit.Wear, Twist Collective, Creative Knitting, and Knit ...

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