One Hour Knit Baby Hat Pattern
Follow along with this super helpful video tutorial to learn some truly wonderful tips and tricks on how to knit a baby hat in just one hour. This One Hour Baby Hat tutorial will really help all beginner knitters get through some quick and easy projects that aren't just dishcloths.
Plus, these different tips and tricks for this baby hat pattern can also be applied to other knitting projects. If you are all about quick knit projects then you definitely need to check out this hat pattern and the amazing tips that go with it!
This particular hat that is demonstrated in the video is a simple English rib stitch baby hat that uses super bulky (weight 6) yarn to knit up quickly and easily. This kind of ribbing is so easy to knit, but it's not your only option! You can really use whatever knit stitch is easy for you to knit. Browse our knitting stitches library to find a stitch that works for you and your baby hats.
Knitting Needle Size15 or 10 mm, Circular Knitting Needles
Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)
- Yarn | Featured in this Video: Bernat Blanket
- Circular knitting needles
CO 28 longtail
*K1, p1, repeat from *
Work until the body of the hat until it measures about 5-6 inches (or desired length).
To Decrease: *K1, p1, k2tog, repeat from * to end of row
Repeat that decrease round until you have only a few stitches left on your needles.
Snip the tail of your yarn, draw the tail through the stitches and weave in your ends.
Tips and Tricks from Heidi
Don't Complicate It: You will be able to easily blow through a hat pattern in just one hour the easier you make it. Picking an easy to remember stitch like ribbing will make it that much easier to finish this hat up really quick.
Try Magic Loop: Heidi also mentions how using the magic loop method can make it really easy to work quickly while you are working through your pattern.
Don't know how to do the magic loop method? Check out this handy video for how to knit the magic loop method.
What's the easiest knitting stitch for you to knit?
Let us know in the comments!
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