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Park Place Beanie - Knitting Pattern


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The Park Place Beanie is a relaxed fit, squishy, ribbed beanie that is both simple and engaging. The picot brim adds a special detail to frame your face and the ribbed fabric makes for a very comfortable wear.

This is a advanced beginner-intermediate level, relaxed fit hat pattern, with a double brim.

Finished Measurements

Sizing is written for S (M, L, XL), Teen (Adult Small, Adult Medium, Adult Large)
To fit head circumference of: 18 (20, 22, 23.5) inches

Suggested Yarn

Worsted weight yarn (sample uses Cloudborn Superwash Merino for color 1 & Maven Crafted Worsted Superwash Merino for color 2)
Color 1: 90 - 120 yards
Color 2: 50 - 70 yards

Suggested Needles

-4.5 mm 16” circular needles
-5 mm 16” circular needles
-5 mm DPNs (for crown
decrease or circulars long enough to
work in magic loop for decrease)
-5 mm crochet hook (for provisional cast on)


-darning needle
-2 grams of scrap yarn for cast on

Techniques Featured

provisional cast on, knit stitches, purl stitches, fisherman rib in the round, yarn over, 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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