How to Make a Beanie Knitting Pattern

A beanie is an essential piece of knitwear for every knitter. It helps keep your head warm in the cold weather and makes a great gift for any occasion. These knit beanie patterns are easy and quick to make for both beginners and experienced knitters. Choose from a variety of styles, including ribbed beanies, textured knit hats, and even colorwork beanie patterns. These beanie knitting patterns are sure to keep your head warm all winter long.

Stylish and simple, this basic beanie knitting pattern works up quickly with one skein of Paton’s Kroy Sock yarn. This is a super fine, or fingering weight, yarn that’s soft and very warm. This ribbed hat is a nice fitted beanie or can be worn with the cuff turned back for a slouchy look.

This hat is made in the round using a provisional cast on and a two-row ribbing. Then, you decrease at the end of each row. To create a fitted beanie, knit until the piece measures about 8 inches tall. To create a slouchy beanie, add about 2 inches to this number and knit until your desired height.

This hat is knit in seed stitch, which creates an interesting texture. This beanie is also knit from the bottom up, which gives it a nice fit for most head sizes. This is a simple beanie to make, but it does require knowing how to work in the round and how to do a purl stitch. You should also know how to increase and decrease, especially to decrease at the beginning of each row.

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