Beanie Knit Pattern Breeze
This beanie knit pattern features a relaxed, amazingly trendy item.
It is a beginner-friendly pattern.
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 basic hat pattern in garter stitch which makes it a breeze to work up.
It looks awesome and is the ideal project for beginners in knitting.
It is a gender-neutral hat that is sized for the whole family.
This knitting pattern is an 8-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.
Garter st, Rib st
This knitting pattern is written in standard English
Measurements are in both cm and inches
Child, Teen, Adult woman, Adult man
|Child – 3 to 10 years||19 to 20.5||48 to 51|
|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: Puna by drops, 100% alpaca, double strand
Approx. 200(219,240,258)m or
Notice: if you chose thicker yarn, suitable for 10mm needles (U.S 15), you will need half of the suggested amount of meters or yards.
- *Yarn Alternatives – Single Strand
#Brown Sheep “Lamb’s Pride Bulky”
#Plymouth Yarn “Baby Alpaca Grande”
#Cascade “128 Superwash”
#King Cole “Comfort Chunky”
#King Cole “Magnum Chunky”
#Lion Brand “Hue & Me”
- A pair of 8mm (U.S.11) straight needles
- a tapestry needle
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