Wolf pack beanie

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Wolf pack beanie Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men, Girls, Boys



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • do stranded knitting with at most two colors in one round
  • knit and purl
  • weave in the yarn tails during knitting

Pattern Description:

I proudly present my ultimate wolf pack beanie!
6 big wolves (2 different ones) are running around this beanie.
It is completely knitted in 4-ply sock yarn. But you can also use Acrylic yarn of similar weight or 5-ply yarn (like Buttinette Madeleine Merino) for bigger sizes.
There is a cute corrugated (two-color) ribbing, followed by a paw peerie (border pattern) and the hunting wolves. You can see the dark forest in the background, some night birds/bats flying through the night air. You can see the clouds and a full moon.
At the top of the beanie is a lovely star.

It fits sizes about 53 " 56 cm (depending on your gauge and
needle size).

There are at most two colors in one round. So it(tm)s easier to knit than you think!

Colors used are black, light grey, dark grey and off-white.

You need 3.5 mm needles for the body of the beanie and 3.0 mm needles for the decrease section.

Enjoy and happy knitting!


Knitting gauge in stranded pattern: 1 x 1 inch: 7 stitches and 8 rows (2 x 2 cm: 6 stitches and 7

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • about 53 - 56 cm head circumreference
  • For bigger heads you can also use 5-ply yarn


  • circular needles 3.5 mm (40 cm)
  • double pointed needles 3.0 mm for the top of the hat
  • You need 4-ply sock yarn or Acrylic fingering (4-ply to 5 ply) yarn in similar weight: about 35 g of black 4-ply sock yarn, 15 g of dark grey, 25 g of off-white, 10 g of light grey (yardage 209 " 210 m/50g).
  • Or Acrylic yarn of similar weight

You Will Also Need:

  • tapestry needle to weave in the ends

Suggested yarn:

230 yards of Fingering weight

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!

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