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Muse Me Beanie - Knitting Pattern


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The Muse Me Beanie is a companion pattern to the Calliope Socks, featuring a simple ribbed cable repeat. This beanie is knit from the brim to the crown, with an inverted brim. Details on how to invert the brim are included. This beanie is an easy go-to design that adds a bit of detail to a classic look!

This is a beginner-advanced beginner level slightly slouchy hat pattern.

Finished Measurements

Sizing is written for S (M, L), Teen (Adult Small, Adult Large)
To fit head circumference of: 18 (21, 23) inches

Suggested Yarn

~ 160-200 yards of Knit Picks Provincial Tweed Worsted in the color Cream.

Suggested Needles

4mm (US 6) circular needles - 16” cord (for brim of beanie)
4.5mm (US 7) circular needles - 16” cord (for body of beanie)
4.5mm (US 7) DPNs or long circular needles (for magic loop to decrease crown of beanie)


-darning needle
-stitch marker
-cable needle (optional)

Techniques Featured

knit stitches, purl stitches, 1x1 cable stitches, decrease stitches, weaving in ends.

If you knit up this beanie, I’d LOVE to see your work! Tag me on instagram @mavencrafted

Please feel free to message me with any questions or pattern support. You can email me at

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