My first 'Beanie' project

transvibration's picture

Well, I have taken the plunge and after searching through the forums I have decided to try my hand at a very basic Beanie.

I found the 'Magic Loop' method mentioned on this site, did a little research on You Tube and got cracking. I had an absolute nightmare getting started but once I completed a few rows it has become less of a labour.

I am under no illusion that this will be perfect and I have already 3/4 completed and unpicked! I have made a decsion to finish it regardless of any mess ups and hope some of you guys can help me find solutions for fixing any problems :-)

Ginnie, my Boxer, finds the whole thing facinating and it will not suprise me if a few token Boxer hairs have found there way into the knit.

Anyway, I shall post the completed article - hopefully, tomorrow.

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Craig's picture

Great start, looking forward to seeing the finished beanie.

Have been knitting for years. I knit continually then will try another craft, but will return to the needles.

Kerry's picture

Matthew welcome to MWK.

Masala's picture

Welcome, there are hundreds of years experience here between all of the men on the site to answer questions when you have them! Believe me I've been helped out of a sticky situation. Matthew, I have a FB friend who lives in Nottingham. Cheers! Sid

transvibration's picture

Thanks for the welcome guys. Much appreciated :-)

"You think dogs will not be in heaven? I tell you, they will be there long before any of us"

steve kadel's picture

welcome. here's to years of initial disasters followed by expertise and enjoyment. it's the knitting way for most

we won't just get a cat, nubby nu nu, will manifest a kitten from our love...and lint from our hemp socks

we put birds on things