Beret Machine Knit in Worsted Weight Yarn

Just in time for more frigid weather!  This is another pattern that I came up with a few years ago, a beret knit in the round, shaped by short-rowing, then blocked to shape.

IMG_2338I’ve re-written it, adding details where required.IMG_2341

All my samples are knit on the bulky/chunky machine, but could easily be knit on a mid-gauge. 

NO ribber is required for this cute head-warmer.

Both of these samples are knit using a textured 4-ply yarn, making the purl side the correct side.

This next sample was knit in an inexpensive worsted weight acrylic, and the knit side is the outside.

IMG_2348Oh, and the wooden head block?  My late mom was very creative and made hats.  And fascinators.  And lots of other things.  That is her head form. 

And the curious tabby is Rock.

The price on this download is going up to $1.33 USF immediately to cover the 33 cent fee that paypal keeps for every transaction. 

 

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