The Trellis Beanie by Lena Mathisson of Soft Yarn Designs is the perfect quick and fun knit! Treat a loved one (or yourself!) to a beautiful cozy hat for the winter/holiday season with this Trellis Beanie Kit! The kit includes yarn, pattern download code, and optional pompom and is available in either Hygge for the Holidays (cream/pink) or I Smell Snow (cream/grey/blue). The knit sample in the photo is in the Hygge for the Holidays colorway.
- 1 x 100g skein of Speckled Finch Studios Cozy Worsted in the Hygge for the Holidays or I Smell Snow colorway
- Download code for the Trellis Beanie pattern by Lena Mathisson
- Optional faux fur pompom
Note: If you prefer not to use Ravelry, you will be able to email your code to the designer and be sent the pattern via email.
During the pandemic, shipping is being done 1-2 times per week. Kits will typically ship 5-7 business days after purchase.
100% SW Merino Wool
218 yards / 199 meters
Every skein is dyed with professional acid dyes and with a lot of love and care! I use a variety of techniques to get unique colorways. One of the beauties of hand-dyed yarn is that each skein will be slightly unique - some may have more speckles, some a little more concentration of a color. While I do use specially crafted formulas to keep colorways as consistent as possible, no two skeins will be exactly the same. I recommend that you alternate skeins every couple of rows when using more than one skein of the same colorway. If you order multiple skeins, I will do my best to match them as best I can.
Please note that while I always try my best capture the colors correctly when photographing, with different monitors colors can vary greatly in appearance. I am the sole owner and dyer at Speckled Finch Studios and only dye in small batches.
Recommended care: hand wash in cool water and lay flat to dry.
**Regarding Gauge: Please note that gauge varies depending on the knitter, needle size and project. Please make sure to do a gauge swatch when knitting a pattern. Additional gauge and suggested needle info can be found at the Craft Yarn Council here.