As you all must have known by now, most of my designs are either reversible or convertibles! This set, the “Honeycomb beanie, and cowl set” is no exception! This is just too beautiful to ignore the beautiful, delicate, yet amazing texture in the set. Meet the latest addition to the list of my reversible designs!
This set, honeycomb beanie, and neckwarmer have so much uniqueness, that would make it your go-to accessory for the season. A few of these include the following/
- Double brim in colors of the beanie/cowl
- Two in one beanie/cowl
- Two different textures.
FAQ about my reversible designs – I have never made any item creating the reversible effect, how easy is this pattern? I tell you this, it’s the first time for all of my testers making this set, and they all had fun creating their version! See their projects here. There are detailed photos and Instructions to help you create your own beautiful set also!
Materials for the reversible beanie and cowl pattern.
Yarn – For this project, I have used #1 weight yarn so as to create a beautiful, light weight, snuggly beanie and cowl. The finished beanie and cowl looks like one made using #3 weight!!!
This is not Tunisian crochet!!! It simply uses Double crochet, and chains as its stitches! It is super easy to make.
Stroll Fingering weight, #1 (75% Superwash Merino Wool, 25% Nylon. 462 yards/ per 3.5 oz/100g skein)
Sample made in 2 different colors – A & B (A = Heartfelt Tonal and B = Pearlescent Tonal)
For the beanie = 140 (160, 180, 200, 220) yards in Color A, 100 (120, 160, 180, 200) yards in Color B
For the cowl = 200 (260, 320, 460) yards in Color A, 160 (200, 260, 400) yards in Color B.
Hook and other Materials
- US size G (4 mm) Crochet Hook
- Stitch Markers – 2 pieces
- Pom (Optional)
- Buttons – 2 pcs for attaching pom (Optional)
20 sts over 10 rows = 4” X 4”, before blocking. Made in dc.
Adjust hook size if necessary, to obtain gauge.
Difficulty Level – Intermediate
Terms – US Terminology
- Please kindly read through the pattern before starting.
- Similar #1 weight yarn can be substituted. Please check the gauge.
- Chains at the beginning of the rounds do not count as a stitch unless stated.
- The pattern is worked in rounds throughout.
- Two contrasting colors are required for a reversible effect, it is important to use similar weights of yarn for this project.
- Keep A on the right side (in front of your work throughout) and B on the other side every time you are joining at the end of each round.
- Stitch count is written after each round with infant size written first and the other sizes in the ().
- Stitch count written in black is for all sizes but at some points, the stitch counts are color-coded for clarity, i.e Infants (Toddler, Child, Teen/Adult Small, Adult Large)
Chain(s) – ch(s)
Half double crochet – Hdc
Front post double crochet – FPdc
Back post double crochet – BPdc
Double crochet – dc
Back Loop Only – BLO
Front Loop Only – FLO
V stitch = (dc, ch 1, dc) in same st
Shell = 4 dc in indicated stitch.
Finished Measurement for the beanie
Finished Measurement for the Cowl
|Teen/Adult (L) Adult Large (XL)||24” 26”||12” 14”|
Size(s) and color codes – Infants (Toddler, Child, Teen/Adult Small, Adult Large)
- This pattern is worked in Rounds.
- The pattern is worked bottom up.
- Length: increase or decrease the repeats before reducing for the crown.
Too tight? Go up a size.
Too loose: go down a size.
- Fitting: Check to make sure you have a good fit after round 2 of section 1.
Since you love this design, do check out my first ever reversible beanie and cowl using another technique here
I would love to see your beautiful versions of the reversible beanie and cowl, when you do, kindly send me a photo!