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Easy Knitting Stitches You Can Use for Any Project 2019

Basic Baby Beanie Crochet Pattern

When you’re thinking about learning how to knit or just starting to knit, looking at all the available knitting stitches can be overwhelming. This helps to understand which ones are easy for beginners to learn, and which ones – to lay the foundation for more complex models later.

Fortunately, there are countless weaving stitches for beginners only, which means you have the opportunity to practice with a wide range of styles. Here are some basic knitting stitches that beginners can do and use to get even better. You may find a new favorite pattern or design.

This baby beanie pattern is about as easy as you can get! Knit flat then seamed, it’s the perfect project for a beginner getting out of garter scarves; to make this you just need to know how to knit and decrease. No purling required. A pompom is the perfect topper, but not necessary!

This pattern fits a wide variety of sizes due to the stretchy nature of garter stitch. It fits as small as a newborn, and as big as 18 months. In the first months it will fit with positive ease, and in the later months with negative ease.

• 230 meters of sock weight yarn
• (Pattern uses KnitPicks Stroll Tweed in Thirst Heather)
Scrap yarn in amount needed for pompom (optional)
• A pair of US 1 (2.25 mm) circular or straight needles
• A pair of US 2 (2.75 mm) circular or straight needles
• Tapestry / yarn needle

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