The Design Concept Of The Timber Beanie Knitting Pattern: Classic Cables And Knit Stitches
Textured cable spirals stand prominently against a backdrop of delightfully squishy knit stitches, making The Timber Beanie an instant classic for both men and women. Seamlessly knitted in the round and suitable for intermediate knitters, the cozy, classic fold-up brim combined with the timeless design and symmetrical spiral top makes this hat a must-have for fall and winter. Equipping you with highly-detailed written instructions, a stitch glossary, links to numerous helpful video and photo content, a schematic with measurements, tutorial photos, and more, this beanie is such a delight to knit. If you've been looking for a truly classic beanie design that's a fun and easy project, then look no further than The Timber Beanie knitting pattern!
It's no surprise that the design concept of The Timber Beanie was to combine classic cables with squishy garter stitch. I've always had an affinity for cables, and The Avalon Beanie, The Cappuccino Mitts, and The Lakewood Beanie have always remained top-selling knitting patterns. This beanie works up very quickly and is a fun last-minute design. You'll really enjoy the rhythmic flow of the cables every few rows, which will keep you engaged. I hope you enjoy knitting The Timber Beanie as much as I did designing it.
More Details Of The Timber Beanie Knitting Pattern: Construction, What's In The Knit Pattern + More
The Timber Beanie is knitted seamlessly in the round on circular knitting needles from the bottom up. You will first create a cozy fold-over brim, and then work on the body of the beanie which consists of gorgeous cables in a lovely backdrop of squishy, warm Garter Stitch. The top of The Timber Beanie is decreased using a symmetrical spiral design, which is a lovely touch. Then the beanie is topped off with a faux fur pom pom. There are also instructions and a photo tutorial provided within the pattern for how to make and secure a yarn pom pom, if you prefer that instead. Overall, The Timber Beanie knitting pattern is suitable for intermediate knitters and is a fun and easy project.
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What Materials Do I Need In Order To Follow The Timber Beanie Knitting Pattern?
To knit The Timber Beanie, you'll need U.S. Size 8 (5.0 mm) 16" circular knitting needles, approximately 120 yards of medium/worsted-weight (category 4) yarn (similar here, here, and here), and a cable hook or cable needle. Other notions that are recommended but not required for this knitting pattern include a stitch marker (to mark the end of each round you knit), a tapestry needle, and a row counter. As with all Darling Jadore patterns, all the specific materials (brands, etc) are located within the knitting pattern file so you can make the exact Timber Beanie photographed.
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Who Can Knit The Timber Beanie? What Is The Difficulty Level Of This Knitting Pattern
I specifically designed The Timber Beanie knitting pattern to be suitable for intermediate-beginner knitters with only simple stitches and techniques. The reason is is at an intermediate level is because it includes a few more intermediate-level techniques such as cable work and twisted stitches. But if you're comfortable with that, then you will whiz through this knitting pattern. There is a stitch glossary within the knit pattern as well as links to helpful video tutorials and photo tutorials to guide you. But overall, this knitting pattern is a fun and easy project.
All the stitches and techniques required for The Timber Beanie knitting pattern are available to learn on the Darling Jadore Learn page. There, you can learn how to cast on on circular knitting needles, how to join in the round on circular knitting needles, and how to make simple decreases and increases for this knitting pattern. We've also included other information like how to read a knitting pattern, common abbreviations, and information on blocking. We also have a YouTube page where we post free video tutorials for knit stitches and techniques.
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Reselling From Darling Jadore Knit and Crochet Patterns: Can I Sell My Finished Timber Beanie?
Yes! All finished items made from Darling Jadore knitting patterns and crochet patterns may be sold, so long as clear credit has been given to Darling Jadore™ on your website and/or social media account (if shown and sold there). I love when customers tell me they buy patterns for "market prep", meaning that they will make a lot of the items in bulk and eventually sell them in fall and winter markets and festivals, or in their Etsy shop, etc. In fact, some of our customers' favorite market-prep items to knit include The Avalon Beanie, The Lakewood Beanie, The Halston Scarf, and The Cappuccino Mitts -- so check those out if you want to stock up for market season! I love seeing your finished items, but kindly ask that you give pattern credit to Darling Jadore.
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