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2-Hour Butterfly Beanie

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Looking for a lightning-fast knitting project? How about the 2-Hour Butterfly Beanie? This incredibly quick and easy knit beanie pattern is a gorgeous and cozy way to show off a skein of lacy butterfly yarn. By working super chunky yarn into the pattern, the 2-Hour Butterfly Beanie not only knits up more quickly, but it is given a unique texture that allows the butterfly yarn to really stand out.

2-Hour Butterfly Beanie
2-Hour Butterfly Beanie
This image courtesy of www.gina-michele.com

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Knitting Needle Size: 13 or 9 mm

Yarn Weight: (6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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Just knitted this one up with Black chunky wool and my multi colored butterfly yarn and it came out beautifully. Thanks for the idea. I was wondering what to do with the butterfly yarn I had and this hat came out super cute. Give this 5 stars

That sounds gorgeous! One of my favorite things to do is to combine heavier and lighter weight yarn to come up with my own unique look. As a variation you could make the border with the combined yarn and then finish with only the chunky yarn. Of course, the best part is that it works up quickly with large needles - another one-evening project to try out on a cold winter's night.

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