Knitting pattern: Chevron Lace Beret

Work this hat in a classic beret size or a bit bigger for a slouchier hat. It is knitted with one strand each of fingering wool and kid mohair to give it a nice vintage feel and halo while keeping your head warm. The chevron lace adds even more classic charm.

The simlpe lace pattern is easy to memorize and your new beret will be finished in no time! So get a ball of merino and use up some fingering yarn.

The first and last photos show the slouch the other two the beret.

If you also purchase the pattern for the matching Cevron Lace Mitts, you only pay €4.50 for both together! Discount will be calculated during checkout.

Yarn

Fingering weight yarn and Kid Mohair.

Shown in Isager Tvinni (100% merino wool, 510m/558yds per 100g skein) and Mondial Le Perle Prestigio Super Kid Mohair (80% Mohair, 20% Nylon, 245m/268yds per 25g ball).

Gauge

22 sts x 30 rows = 10 x 10cm / 4 x 4" in stockinette stitch on 3.5mm needles.

Yardage

approx. 150m / 109yds of Isager Tvinni and 100m / 110yds of Mondial Le Perle Prestigio Super Kid Mohair

Size

Beret (Slouch) 26 (29)cm / 10.25 (11.5)" diameter, 56cm / 22" head circumference.

Needles

3.0mm & 3.5mm (US sizes 2.5 & 4) circular needles or DPNs.

Notions

1 stitch marker, tapestry needle to weave in ends.

Required Skills

You should be able to: knit, purl, knit 2 stitches together, do yarn overs and work in the round. The pattern includes charted and written instructions.

Skill Level

Intermediate

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