Anonymous asked in Beauty & StyleFashion & Accessories · 1 decade ago

how long does it take to knit a hat?

6 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    It totally depends on your ability. An experienced knitter could probably knit one in anywhere from 1-3 days, while a novice knitter could take a week or two to struggle with the mechanics of knitting a hat.

    I don't know your level of knitting, but if you're relatively new, I suggest that you practice increasing and decreasing before you tackle knitting a hat. Also, it's easier for some people to knit a hat "in the round", or with circular knitting needles.

  • 4 years ago

    i think of it is genuinely obtainable so which you would be able to make 3 hats in time for christmas. I knit especially gradual and that i became able to knit common knit beanies with worsted weight yarn in approximately 3 days. i might in basic terms knit approximately 2 hours in step with night. The double pointed needles and layout varieties gradual me down a sprint, yet i'm new to knitting. have not made the comparable hat two times the two. I think of i might get speedier each and every time. i think of it relatively is an extremely effective present concept. have relaxing. you could end all 3 without a topic.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Depends how fast you knit and how much you knit a day. If you knit alot every day i'd say about a week, 2 at the most.

  • 1 decade ago

    without any breaks, and depending on the difficulty, it would take me a few hours, with breaks, maybe a day. ive knit multiple hats in one day, but then again it also depends on the needle size, and yarn thickness, and how buzy of a life someone has!

    Source(s): me, an experienced knitter
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  • 1 decade ago

    If it's a simple hat, it shouldn't take more than a week if you're able to give it two hours a day.

    Have fun!

  • 1 decade ago

    If you work at it, about a week.

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