Today we have a cuffed beanie in 5 sizes! Perfect for a stocking stuffer, to use scraps, sell at craft fairs, add on to any gift, or gift to neighbors or anyone on your list because who doesn’t love a beanie?? This one is designed off of one of my husband’s favorite beanies. It’s lined and designed to be extra long so you can cuff up the bottom. If you’re between sizes, using a fabric with a little stretch, or have a lot of hair, you may want to size up.
- 3/8 yard of ribbed sweater knit, ribbed knit, french terry, etc. You’ll want something with nice stretch and good recovery so it doesn’t stretch out while sewing/with wear.
LET’S GET STARTED!
seam allowances included and vary throughout the pattern
Step 1: PREPPING
Go grab the pattern here! The pattern is 100% free, but you do need to add it to your cart and checkout. Then, it will always be available to download from your account. The pattern is a no-trim pattern; if you need help putting the pattern together, pop over to the faqs and troubleshooting page, check out the blog post here, or ask in our Facebook group.
Print and assemble the pattern. Alternatively, you can use the projector file if you’re using a projector. There are 2 pages to print out. Pattern layout below:
Step 2: Cutting
Cut 4 pieces on the fold. 2 main and 2 linings.
Step 3: Top notch
Fold the piece in half, right sides together. Stitch the top notch together using a 1/4″ seam allowance. Repeat with the other 3 pieces.
Step 4: Outside seam
Place 2 pieces right sides together. Sew around curved edges with a 1/2″ seam allowance.
Take the other 2 pieces and place the right sides together. Sew around the curved edge with a 1/2″ seam allowance, leaving a 2″-3″ opening to turn.
Step 5: Cuff seam
Flip the pieces with the outside seam completely sewn right side out. The pieces with the opening leave the wrong side out. Place them right side together by placing one inside the other.
Sew together with a 1/4″ seam allowance.
Step 6: Finishing
Flip the right sides out from the opening. Press seam allowance to the wrong side and edge stitch the opening closed.
Pull on your beanie and flip the cuff up as much as you’d like. Or don’t cuff it and wear it slouchy!