Fav Quick Knit Patterns (Market Prep Series Part 2)

I Hope Part 1 of this Market Prep Series was helpful to all of those who crochet. This installment will feature quick and east knit patterns. Now I am by no means an expert knitter, I would consider my skill set pretty beginner and all of these patterns worked up beautifully. All of these patterns once again use chunky yarn (I clearly have an obsession).


Linden Hat

This hat by Whirls and Purls has one of the most beautiful textures ever! It is amazing and only uses the knit & purl stitch so definitely beginner friendly. This was one of the first knit patterns I made that had purls in it and was honestly intimidated at first, but it is such a quick and easy pattern to follow!!!!

Aurelia Beanie

Now you are prob looking at this like "that does not look quick,easy & beginner friendly"...Let me tell you IT IS! This was my first time doing cables EVER and this pattern by mbymknitwear was amazing and so easy to follow. Please do not be intimidated by how intricate this looks the pattern is beautifully written and is a very easy and quick make! Trust me and give this one a go!

Seymour Hat

This beautiful hat pattern by seatoskydesigns has amazing detail and also only uses the knit and purl stitch. This was the hat pattern that made me want to try more then just basic knitting, the details in the hat are so lovely I could not not try it! Again great for beginners and beautifully written.

Jameson slouch

Everything Whiteowlcrochetco releases is amazing but i am partial to this pattern in particular. I made myself one and I wore it constantly last year. Who doesn't love a perfectly slouchy knit beanie! This is also a very good beginner pattern and quick make as it only uses the knit stitch.

Orange Fair Isle hat

This double brim beanie pattern by endearingknits is my go to. It was the first knit pattern i ever tried. For my first time I simply just didnt do the fair isle portion and made it one solid color to get used to well knitting and making the double brim. Then I moved on to the fair isle version. This iss the best double brim hat pattern and super easy and well laid out. If you want to make a double brim beanie this fall you MUST try this pattern, I promise it will be your go to as well.


Sunday cowl

This Sunday cowl by Stitched by Sarah was my first knit cowl pattern. I have only knit hats and one very poorly done infinity scarf up until now. I wanted to try and expand my knitting skills this year (I want to work up to a sweater). This pattern is fantastic and results in such a beautiful and multi-functional make. I highly recommend this pattern as I have a gut feeling this will be a great seller at markets where it is so versatile!

I know this post is predominantly hats, but I wanted in this series to stick to patterns I've actually made and can comment on the actual clarity and ease of the pattern itself.   I would highly recommend all of these patterns to anyone in market prep and/or any beginner knitter (or advanced knitter looking for a quick make!).


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