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Slouchy beret, knitting patterns

Knitting  |  December 27th 2011  |  0 Comment

Slouchy beret, knitting patterns

A slouchy beret featuring a lace and cable pattern that grows organically out from a centre flower. Rose Red is worked from the top down with a simple I-cord beginning, features shaping incorporated into the stitch pattern and ends with a cabled band worked in one piece with the hat. The pattern is given in three sizes to ensure a perfect fit and the directions are fully written out and charted.


170, 200, 230 metres / 185, 220, 250 yards of DK weight yarn.

Shown in Orkney Angora St. Magnus DK 50% lambswool 50% angora in Scarlet.

4mm (or size needed to obtain correct gauge) set of 4 double pointed needles.

4mm (or size needed to obtain correct gauge) 16”/40cm circular needle.

Cable needle.

Stitch marker.

Tapestry needle.


24 sts and 30 rnds = 10cm / 4”in stocking stitch. For best results work your swatch in the round.


s, m, l

To fit a head circumference of approx:
51, 56, 61 cm / 20, 22, 24 inches.

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Rose Red by Ysolda Teague
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