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The Honeycomb Beanie by CreatiKnit


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You'll love the texture and depth of The Honeycomb Beanie! A unique and fun pattern to add to your knitting bag, that you can knit up in a day or two. Written in very clear, & easy to understand instructions, so anyone can knit it! Uses any super bulky yarn, US13 (9.0mm) & US15(10.0mm) circular needles or DPN. Knits in approximate baby or child sizes: (0-3 months) -13"-14" head circumference (3-6 months) - 15"-17" head circumference (6-12 months) - 17"-18.5" head circumference (12-24 months) - 18"-20" head circumference (24-48 months) - 20"-21" head circumference (5-10 years) - 21"-22" head circumference (c)Creatiknit You are welcome to sell finished items made from this pattern, under the condition that you include the link crediting my design in your listing description. Thank you! (c) 2015-present year CreatiKnit all rights reserved, patterns and photos may not be resold, adjusted, or copied. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl K2TOG: knit 2 stitches together at the same time. KFB (knit into the front and back of the same stitch) CROSS 2 BACK - K into back of 2nd st, then back of 1st st & lift off CROSS 2 FRONT - K into front of 2nd st, then front of 1st st & lift off Join/Add new yarn color GAUGE 10 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette stitch on US13(9.0mm) circular knitting needles SUGGESTED YARN 80 yards of Bulky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Lion Brand - Wool Ease Thick & Quick Super bulky yarn

Supplies Needed

  • US15 (10.0mm) DPN for decreasing rounds or use circulars using the 'magic loop method'
  • US15 (10.0mm) - 16"(41cm) circular knitting needles
  • US13 (9.0mm) - 16"(41cm) circular knitting needles

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Before I learned to knit or crochet, I remember seeing handmade garments and thinking to myself: "I could never do is way too complicated!" Then one day I got up the courage to try, and eventually got the hang of it! My first washcloth looked like something out of a horror film...LOL But after practicing, I grew to love it SO much!! There is so much you can do with two sticks and thread! The process of using your hands to create anything you want is just beautiful. Now, I love helping others learn to knit, and show them that they can do it too! I started my own website that can help you learn new stitches, and make those difficult looking techniques, SO easy! It really is a lot easier than you think. ;) Angela