The basic bitch beanie story
As I work through my design journey.
I wanted to have a series of beginner patterns in my arsenal to offer newbies something relatively easy to practice their newly learned skills with.
These patterns, of course will not be exclusively for newbies but for everyone.
I know there have been many times in my life where I needed a quick gift, or just something super easy as a pallet cleanser between bigger projects.
Insert the Basic Bitch beanie.
Combine a simple K1, P1 body with a small twist on the crown decrease to keep in pattern and you have a lovely little cap.
You may be wondering how I came up with the name… or maybe you aren’t but when I finished it and put it on the first thought that ran through my head was….bitch you cute but you basic .
And there you have it.
supplies you need
-US 6 interchangeable needles with 8 inch cord
-DPN or longer cable to use magic loop
-10 stitch markers with 1 unique to mark BOR
-1 skein DK weight yarn.
Fuzzywhatknots Fuzzy DK 100% superwash wool 231 yards or any DK that meets gauge
Skill level: Beginner
K = knit
P = purl
P2TOG = purl 2 together
K2TOG = knit 2 together
BOR = beginning of round
DEC = decrease
Gauge = 16S x 32R K1, P1 unblocked and unstretched = 4”
Size fits teen/adult head
Pattern was designed by Teresa Stankard. You may use this pattern to make or sell as many scarves as you like but please link back to Teresa @fuzzywhatknots as the designer. Please feel free to share this blog post and pattern with whoever you think would like it but do not claim any portion of the pattern as your own.
Teresa is the jack of all trades behind FuzzyWhatKnots Fibers. Teresa resides in Pennsylvania with her Husband, daughter and cat. When she’s not slinging yarn or splashing dye she enjoys a scenic hike or a good book