Looking for a simple and fast knit beanie pattern? Look no further! The That Was Fast Beanie knitting pattern is one of the shortest and simplest patterns I’ve ever written.
It’s worked in a simple rib pattern, then cinched together at the top. The length is easy to customize. It’s the perfect on the go project.This post may contain affiliate links, meaning I may receive a small commission from purchases made at no extra cost to you.
16“ Circular Knitting Needles
To get the best desired fit lengthwise, try the beanie on the recipient, fold the brim over 2”, and make sure there is enough length before removing needles and cinching top closed. Beanie is knit 2” past average length. Ex. The adult size is 9” in length after you fold the brim over 2”.
Beanie measurements were taken laid flat. Final length is
after brim is folded.
The beanie is made to fit snug. To make a looser/larger fit, go up a needle size.
Length: Adult 9”
Fits Circumference: 21-22”
- Co- cast on
- K- knit
- P- purl
- Rnd(s)- round(s)
In the round:
4” x 4” = 17 sts x 15 rnds (k2, p2 pattern)
This pattern is written for adult size. Skill level is Easy.
Cast on 48
Rnds 1-41: k2, p2
Knit more or less rows if needed for desired length.
Finish: Cut yarn leaving 12 inch tail. Draw yarn through
remaining stitches on knitting needles with the tapestry needle,
cinch the top shut by pulling the yarn tail, put long tail through
top of hat, flip hat inside out, and pull yarn tight to close hole.
Now weave back and forth with yarn to secure the top. Fasten
off. Weave in other ends
This is an original pattern from Jessica Paz Creates. Please do not sell, reprint, or repost any parts of this pattern. You are welcome to sell your finished items but please link back to my shop. If you’re sharing on social
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