chunky knit beanie

Wednesday, January 21, 2009


Guess what one big ball of Cascade Magnum will get you?
Two chunky knit beanies!  A hat that looks a little like Kirsten's Thorpe hat, minus the ear flaps, Erin's Rose Hill, minus the bobbles, Sarah's garter brim hat, only chunkier, and one that Keana made, the Banana Republic hat, minus the flap and button. A really quick knit to make you feel like you accomplished something.  I know a lot of you could wing this pattern, but I wrote it down to make it easy.
Yarn: Cascade Magnum.  Sarah, at Knot another Hat sells this, and her shipping time is amazing!
Needles: size US 15
The pattern will be over in the side bar, too.  
So, go ahead.  Get yourself some chunky yarn, and get knitting.  Your head will be so happy.
Have a fabulous Wednesday.

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104 comments

  1. There is nothing quite as satisfying as a quick and bulky hat! So cute!

    I love the snowball blocking the faces shot.

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  2. Great hats! You just have to love chunky yarn!

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  3. So funny because I made the exact same hat using Cascade 109 LE Bulky, a slightly less chunky yarn. I have to blog it right away!

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  4. i'm totally going to make it! i think i even have some yarn on hand.

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  5. oh to wear a hat!
    you two are so cute!
    i love daughters!
    i have a chunky handspun in lime green. this might be perfect! thanks for the idea!

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  6. oh it's lovely! i made a similar one, called 'the republic hat' from ravelry... but it's too big on my head! so maybe i can make it again, with this pattern. thanks for sharing!

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  7. Snow Angels! A mother and daughter who so apparently enjoy each other and share in creative endeavors. And a bond that will grant your little girl all her wishes and dreams come true. Brings light and hope to this world in the real!

    And I've discovered more photos in your side bar for those days I may miss a post or two. The one of you two also side by side in your beanies and cameras is total fun! Rock out in your fab knits!

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  8. Great hats! Thank you for the pattern. :)

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  9. These look so great on, especially in cream. That picture is amazingly adorable. I had never even heard of this yarn before. Thanks for the pattern!

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  10. Love the hats and love the photo!
    Thanks for the pattern.

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  11. I can't remember if I've de-lurked myself yet. Found your blog a few weeks ago and am loving all your knitting projects. They seem to just fit my style. So thank you!

    I'm also loving this hat you posted - once I finish the toasties I may have to start it. ;-)

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  12. Very cute hats and an even cuter picture!!

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  13. Cute photos. Cute hat. Just sweet really!

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  14. That's one big ball of yarn! Thank you for the pattern. Sometimes you just need instant gratification!

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  15. love the hats and the picture. thanks for sharing your amazing talent and creativity.

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  16. I love chunky yarn. Things get done so fast!

    Those hats are adorable. I will most definitely be knitting one of those. :D

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  17. I found your blog yesterday and I am totally in love with it. I am from Protugal, and just stradted knitting!

    Continue,

    Barbara

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  18. Sorry, this is my correct address.

    Barbara

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  19. Thanks for the pattern. The chunky knit beanie looks cool. I've just knitted my daughter a chunky scarflette, so will use the yarn left over to make the beanie. Yay!

    Mary

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  20. The picture of the two of you is adorable! I hope that my girl will be my little buddy. I love the picture of the two of you both taking pictures wearing your hats - too cute!

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  21. Adorable photo, and thanks for sharing another great pattern!

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  22. Gorgeous photographs - the hats look good too!

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  23. i have been dying to use that yarn. i may just have to go buy some! love the white.

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  24. It's like you combines all the best hats in the world!

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  25. so cute! And that's a big ball of yarn!

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  26. Cute hat! My kiddos would love one - and so would I!

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  27. That looks like a lot of fun to make and wear. I wonder how easy it would be to whip up and wear a bulky scarf instead!

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  28. awesome! i pulled out some bulky wool from morehouse farms that i have had forever in the stash and and whipped out a top down beanie that i have yet to see leave my brother's head. something so satisfying about a simple knit

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  29. Beautiful yarn and great pattern! Can't wait to try this one too!!

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  30. Thanks for the pattern. I have 2 balls of cream chunky wool ease and your pattern is just right for it.

    Just wanted to say I read your blog often and enjoy all of your posts.

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  31. Yay! Just bought some Debbie Bliss Cormo and didn't know what to do with it!

    Leslie saves the day (again!)

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  32. I meant Debbie Bliss Como.

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  33. It is a perfect hybrid of darling hats!

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  34. I'm going to have to stop at the yarn shop on the way to school next week to pick up some bulky yarn...yipee!

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  35. Great photo! I could use some instant gratification right about now:)

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  36. you are the most generous knitter I know! each post you bless us with your generosity, talent, experience, creations, and cherished of all YOU! thanks for another great project leslie.

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  37. i love these hats! i have chunky cream wool...it was going to be a scarf, but now i have other ideas! thanks again for another cute pattern!

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  38. I lost my hat earlier in the season and have wanted to knit a new one. This is the hat that I saw in my head and I wanted to knit, but had not figured out how. Thanks so much for the pattern and the inspiration!

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  39. what could be better than chunky hats...nice and warm.cute photo.

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  40. I love the similarities between the ball of yarn and the snowball!

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  41. Thanks for the great pattern! I really needed something fun and fast to knit!

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  42. What a cute pair you make.

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  43. What a fun photo!! The yarn looks so soft - wish it got cold enough to warrant winter hats here!

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  44. Love it! Looks like spun cloud in a ball - gorgeous! :)

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  45. Very cute, and they look so warm! My worsted-weight hats just haven't been cutting it lately -- too chilly around here. Beautiful photo shoot, too.

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  46. NO!!!! I JUST placed a webs order... now I'm going to have to call them and adjust it!

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  47. Such a cute hat! Thanks for the pattern -- I have a friend in need of a chunky hat and I just haven't had time to write it down for her -- this will do the trick!

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  48. That pictures is SO precious - you just look at it and know it's a memory being made.

    The hats of course - wonderful.

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  49. Love this, Leslie! I've got to make one soon! Maybe after baby, it can be my little reward. ;)

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  50. Lovely chunky knits!

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  51. Great hats!
    It's fun with knits that gets off the needles in a swosj ;)

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  52. Wonderful hats! I love that they are simple, but look a bit luxurious in the color and yarn.

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  53. i have so many half-started projects, but i really need a finished one. wonder if i can get my hands on a ball of chunky today....

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  54. Love it! My Rose Hill Hat is taking me forever to finish, but this looks like a great instant-gratification project. Thinking I need to make a family of them... Thanks for the pattern :-)

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  55. What lovely, fluffy, cuteness. Gotta love bulky- I've been meaning to work with it more...

    Happy knittint!

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  56. Love it! And the photos are great.

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  57. that snowball looks like the yarn! thanks for the pattern!

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  58. You are such a generous spirit, Leslie!

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  59. Ooo...I love this one! Great work!

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  60. I'm inspired. Great photos, too!

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  61. Wow ... that *is* a big ball! Love the photo ... and adore the hats.

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  62. Amazing. A quick and easy beanie is just what I've been looking for. And that snowball photo is fabulous!

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  63. Gotta love chunky yarn for a quick knit, (or two). Very cute!

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  64. as usual great pic !!

    I m full of envy of the collections of yarn u got there, nice pattern, if i can chunky yarn like yours, i will knit this beautiful hat for my next winter holiday.

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  65. I owe somebody a hat. Have to check my stash for some chunky yarn. Thanks for the pattern!!

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  66. Such fun! I love the hats and your photos, too.

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  67. Cute hat and thanks for the pattern! =) I'm still learning so it totally helps.

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  68. i love it! and your pictures, as always, are fabulous.

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  69. That is such a fantastic beanie!!!

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  70. Leslie - what can I say? You're amazing, and thanks for the great props. I hope the holidays treated you well. Hollah hollah!

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  71. thank-you so much for posting this pattern! It is just fabulous.

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  72. Jennifer1/25/2009

    Thanks for the pattern! I just knitted my first hat and it doesn't even look like my first hat. Not to mention it took me less than a day. Enjoy your blog!

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  73. oh I love it! i have just the yarn for this. I am off to knit!

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  74. Whoo those are so gorgeous! and also nice color.
    Regards,
    Shelly

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  75. now I know what I am going to knit with my cascade magnum. Thanks for the pattern.

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  76. very fun! Great photos!

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  77. that yarn looks delicious!

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  78. The hats look great and I love the picture!! So cute!

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  79. Well, this was my first hat project, and although it's so easy I can't imagine what I screwed up, mine doesn't look like the picture. Near the top, it's so loose and loopy, that I won't be giving it to my brother as I planned. Bummer.

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    Thank you for the hat pattern. I made one for my daughter last night in dark charcoal. It turned out great and I am a new knitter.

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