Ribbed Beanie Knit Pattern Aspen
This ribbed beanie knit pattern features a relaxed, amazingly trendy item.
Above all, it is easy to make and wonderful to wear.
A very easy chunky beanie knitted flat that is ideal for an all-day outfit.
It can be paired with everything, from tailored to casual pieces.
Knitted flat, this basic beanie knitting pattern will be your favorite piece during cold days and nights.
This is a hat pattern in a 2X2 rib stitch which makes it a breeze to work up.
Even more, it looks awesome and is the ideal project for beginners in rib knitting.
Lastly, it is a gender-neutral hat that is sized for the whole family.
You can exclude the pom pom.
This knitting pattern is a 9-page fully-detailed digital knitting pattern file that includes guided instructions step by step and some helpful photos.
The beanie is a classic hat knitted flat.
2X2 rib st, decrease sts
This knitting pattern is written in standard English
Measurements are in both cm and inches.
Teen, Adult Woman Adult Man
|Teen||20.5 to 21.5||51 to 54|
|Adult Woman||21.5 to 22.5||54 to 57|
|Adult man||23 to 24||58 to 60.5|
- Yarn: Pronto By Mondial,100% Acrylic Antipilling, double strand
130(145,160)gr including pom pom
170(190,210)yards including pom pom
Notice: if you chose thicker yarn, suitable for 12mm needles (U.S 17), you will need half of the suggested amount of meters or yards.
- A pair of 12mm (U.S.17) straight needles
- A tapestry needle
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