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Category Scheepjes Publications, Peppergoose, Women, Accessories, Children
Suggested yarn Metropolis
Type Beanie
Technique crochet
Sizes S
Languages dutch english-uk english-us french german spain swedish
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YARN - The After Party 78 Hyperbolic Puff Beanie

By Susan Walsh

When you live up north, like we do, a beanie is essential. The Hyperbolic Puff Beanie, designed by Susan Walsh, is a perfect play on this classic accessory! Featuring a gorgeous, textured ribbing effect, through the clever use of overlay crochet, this crocheted beanie is made to endure many cold seasons. The twists and turns in its atypical pompom are reminiscent of the sharp bends in hyperbolas, truly adding a cherry on top of an already wonderfully functional and unique design.

Designed for size S wearers, this beanie can fit head circumferences 53-58cm (20.8-22.8in).

Materials

  • Scheepjes Metropolis (75% Extra Fine Merino Wool, 25% Nylon; 50g/200m)
    One-colour version:
    018 Suwon x 4 balls
    Two-colour version:
    Yarn A: 035 Seoul x 2 balls
    Yarn B: 037 Istanbul x 2 balls
  • 4.5mm crochet hook

The pattern for the Hyperbolic Puff Beanie, designed by Susan Walsh, is featured in YARN - The After Party 78. This issue of YARN - The After Party is available as a printed booklet in English (UK), Dutch, German and Swedish via Scheepjes retailers, or as a digital download via Ravelry in these languages plus English (US), French and Spanish.

About the designer

Scheepjes Blogger Susan Walsh feeds her soul by working with luxurious yarns. Although, this is just one of many hobbies Susan fits in around her day job as a veterinarian, she now has established a significant collection of incredibly wearable designs, from everyday essentials to glamorous pieces that’ll see you stand out from the crowd! More information about her designs is available via Susan's blog: Peppergoose Design.

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