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No-Brainer Knit Hat Pattern

No-Brainer Knit Hat Pattern
No-Brainer Knit Hat Pattern
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The No-Brainer Knit Hat Pattern is fool proof and ideal for anyone who is new to knitting and wants to move beyond the basic scarf. Even if you're an experienced knitter, you'll appreciate this quick and easy pattern for both toddlers and kids. The free knitting pattern uses circular needles and does not have complicated crown shaping. The ribbed design is very stretchy and can accommodate a wide range of sizes. If you're looking for something mindless to bust your stash, then you don't want to miss this beginner knit hat pattern. Pull out your favorite color yarn and get to work on creating a design your little one will wear again and again.

Beginner

Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge1 inch = 4 sts

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Cute hat, but it is not that hard to gather up the top and make it look like you put a little effort into it. How lazy are we?!

This is an interesting take on a classic ribbed hat pattern. Instead of decreasing for the crown, you just knit a tube, then crochet or knit a cord to tie off the top end of the hat. I like the idea because you could fit most head sizes this way, by cuffing up the bottom and tying off the top to fit.

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