How to Knit a Hat for Beginners?


To knit a hat for beginners you need knitting needles and two colors of yarn. You start by casting on 20 stitches. You then knit the stitches across the row then turn and stitch the next row, repeat until you have a rectangle that will wrap around the head. You cast off the stitches. Sew rectangle ends together forming a tube. Add stitches at top and gather then fold up bottom to form a cuff.
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1. Cast on 84 stitches using the circular needle. This hat is very stretchy, so your gauge isn't a big concern here. 2. Place a marker and join the stitches, being careful not to
Yes, the first step to ANY knitting project is casting on, so learn to do that. Learn to knit and purl. I prefer to have some ribbing for the first few rows of a hat, because it makes
1. Buy 5 balls of yarn. Four of them should be a solid color and the last one should be "variegated yarn" "Variegated yarn" is simply yarn that is different colors
1. Check your gauge by knitting a 6x6-inch swatch. Steam it and count the number of rows per inch and the number of stitches per inch. Measure your head and cast on half the number
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How to Knit a Hat for Beginners
A hat is an easy project for beginners. It's a good project to practice using both a circular knitting needle and double-pointed needles. You can spend a few evenings knitting in front of the television or during a long car trip and soon have a warm,... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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