Crochet Pattern: Emoryi Beanie

Crochet Pattern: Emoryi Beanie


Designed by Jeananne Atthowe

Vibrant colors can be found throughout the desert. Among these, most notable are the hues of the barrel cacti blooms and spines. Coming in an array of yellows, reds, pinks, purples, and oranges, these prickly cacti have brilliant details that beckon to the wanderer. Incorporating high contrast colors, this beanie snuggles close for a comfortable fit. Don’t worry - you can use a soft fiber that won’t “prick” your skin.

Sizes Included in Pattern: One Size Fits Most Adults

*** In purchasing this product you will receive a PDF pattern from which you can create your new Emoryi Beanie. This is not the finished item.***




Techniques To Indulge In

Working in Previous Rounds, Post Stitches, Top Down Construction, Working in the Round

Finished Measurements (inches/cm)

18” in circumference x 8” tall (45.72 cm x 20.32 cm)

Gauge in Pattern

20 stitches and 22 rounds = 4”/10cm



206 yards of Fingering Weight

Malabrigo Mechita (100% Superwash Merino), (2) skeins, 420 yards.
Color A: Art Nouveau, (1) skein, 80 yards.
Color B: Hollyhock, (1) skein, 126 yards.


US Size D/3 – 3.0mm to 3.25mm
US Size E/4 – 3.5mm


Tapestry Needle, Scissors, Stitch Markers (optional)

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Photographer: Jeananne Atthowe | Retoucher: Dustin Miszczak | Model: Ann Miszczak

Errata for patterns purchased before 8/16/19

RND 14 – 37: Repeat RNDS 12 and 13, alternating colors each RND as patterned above.
Adjust other RND numbers according: Last RND will be RND 43.

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