# How many yards do you need to knit a beanie?

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## How many stitches should I cast on for a beanie?

Shape the top of the hat (top shaping)

Gauge Number of Stitches between Markers
3 sts/inch 7 (8 ,8)
4 sts/inch 10 (10, 11)
5 sts/inch 12 (13, 13)
6 sts/inch 15 (16, 16)

## How do I figure out how many yards I need to knit?

Yarn Estimation for All Knitting Pattern Sizes

1. Estimate the number of skeins needed. …
2. (Estimated garment weight + Swatch Weight) / Skein weight = Approx number of skeins needed. …
3. Work out the estimated meterage. …
4. Estimated skeins needed * Yarn meterage = Estimated Meterage. …
5. Finalise the Number of Skeins Needed.

## How many stitches does a child’s beanie have?

*The good thing is that you can use up all your little balls of wool. BEANIE: Using bright colour yarn cast on 97 (small), 103 (medium), 109 (large) stitches.

## How long should a beanie hat be?

Hat Size Charts

Toddler – preschooler (12 months – 3 years) 19″ 100-150
Child (3 – 10 years) 20″ 100-180
Pre-teens and Teens 21″ 100-180

## How long does it take to knit a beanie?

For example, knitting one piece of a hat will only take you around 4-5 hours at most to finish. If you know some techniques, then you can finish it in two to three hours. Knitting a hat is not that complicated as long as you are familiar with the basics.

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## How do you figure yardage?

Length in feet x Width in feet x Depth in feet (inches divided by 12). Take the total and divide by 27 (the amount of cubic feet in a yard). The final figure will be the estimated amount of cubic yards required.

## What does yardage mean in knitting?

Yardage. Comparing the metres or yards (i.e. the yardage) of the yarn used in the pattern to the yarn you wish to use, is one of the most important steps in substituting yarn.