The Neva Beanie Knitting Pattern

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The Neva beanie is knit with lvl 5 bulky yarn, I used Red Heart Soft Essentials. This yarn is super soft and has a tiny bit of shine to it, giving it an elegant look.

Knitting with a bulky yarn makes this hat quick to work up and nice and warm. Which is great especially for Canadian winters.

The stitch pattern on this hat give is a classy look making is a great hat to wear with both fancier clothing or casual clothing.

You can purchase the inexpensive ad free PDF printable version of this pattern here. The pattern includes size 0-6 months to adult.

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Neva Beanie Knitting Pattern



  • Knit in the round 
  • 4 row repeat 
  • Non slouchy 
  • Even number of stitches


  • K- Knit 
  • P- Purl 
  • Sl1p- Slip one stitch purl wise 
  • K2tog- knit two together
  • **- Repeat everything in the asterisk until end of the round.

Adult Pattern

Cast on 52 stitches and join in the round. 


Row 1-8: *K1, p1*

Body of the Hat

Row 9: Knit 

Row 10: *p1, sl1p*

Row 11: Knit 

Row 12: *sl1p,p1*

Row 13- 40: Repeat rows 9-12 (7 times)

Row 41: *k3,k2tog* k2

Row 42: Knit 

Row 43: *k2,k2tog*,k2

Row 44: Knit 

Row 45: *k1,k2tog*,k2

Row 46: Knit 

Row 47: *k2tog*

Cut long tail weave into the remaining stitches on your needle, pull tight and weave in ends.

Now you can add a pom pom if you would like. You can purchase faux fur pom poms here!

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This pattern is an original pattern by Meg Hardison of The Northern Moose. Please do not claim this pattern as your own. Please do not reprint this pattern on your site. You may keep a copy of the pattern for your own personal use, but please do not sell the pattern or distribute it.

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