Level of difficulty: easy

What characterizes the hat Juble by Indian designer Lana Jois is its vivid colour Ruby and classic shape. Its subtle style makes it perfect for any age and gender. For Juble, colour is key! It looks especially stunning in the intensive, clear tones of our Cheeky Merino Joy. We encourage you to also try a more conspicuous colour in addition to a plain version - for more fun on grey winter days. Juble is knitted so quickly that you can style your outfits with many beautiful variations. And of course, it is also a great gift.

Juble is very easy to knit and ideal if you have never tried to make a hat before or want to learn simple decreases. It is knitted in the round from bottom to top in a 1x1 rib pattern, which makes it wonderfully elastic and comfortable to wear. If desired, you can switch to double-pointed needles during the decrease rounds that shape the crown of the hat. Juble comes in two variations for the length. So you can decide how far you want to fold the hem and whether you want to wear the hat tight, as a beanie, or with a small peak for a slightly more pointed look.

The hat is available in three sizes: S [M, L] to fit head circumferences of 46-51 [51-56, 56-61] cm (18-20 [20-22, 22-24] in).

You need 1 skein of Cheeky Merino Joy (45/54/63 g for the shorter version and 52/62/72 g for the longer one). The indicated gram quantities apply according to the gauge. The consumption for the swatch is included in the skein specifications.

The hat in the images has been knitted with the colour Ruby.


  • 3 mm (US 2.5) 40 cm (16 in) circular needle
  • 3 mm (US 2.5) double-pointed needles for working a small circumference in the round

Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.

Knitting techniques used:

  • Rib Stitch

Juble is part of our first own collection 2020 with the theme Joy. It was conceived by Rosy and realized with a team around the world in times of a global pandemic. The pattern names are joyful expressions from different languages. They remind us that joy, diversity and solidarity across borders can give us hope and strength. Juble is Danish and means to cheer.