“The trick is to make a knitting swatch with the Happy green earth day let’s save the pangolin species shirt in addition I really love this yarn you have. Cast on 14 stitches, and knit back and forth in a rib, meaning you knit one, and purl one. The amount of stitches you have on 10 centimeters, you cast on four times. So if there are 12 stitches on 10 centimeters, cast on 12 x 4 = 48 stitches. Then the width of your beanie will be 40 centimeters. It will give in a little, in use. If you feel like that’s too small, just cast on a few extra stitches next time. Give the smaller version to your kid or your friend’s kids! When you’re ready to knit, cast on the amount of stitches you need: Knit one, purl one in the round. Tie a loop of yarn and place it on your needle. Lift it from left to right each time you pass it. Knit until your work measures 33 centimeters in total. If you want to fold your beanie over twice to have a chunkier look, knit until it measures 39 centimeters. The next few rounds you’ll knit your stitches together to close the beanie.
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Like this: Start at the Happy green earth day let’s save the pangolin species shirt in addition I really love this beginning of the round, and lift the first stitch from your left needle to your right. Without knitting it, knit the next two stitches together, and pull the “lifted” stitch over the knit-together stitch. Knit the next three stitches and continue the round like this: intake, knit three, intake, and so on. During the next round, you will do the intakes over every stitch without knitting three stitches in between. Break your yarn and pull it through all the stitches to close. Sew in with a big needle inside, so it won’t show. If you’re still on lockdown, stick your head out the window and try it on!”