Friday, April 11, 2014

Knitting Pattern: Yellow Seed Stitch Beret

This is the last knitting pattern I will have for a while, probably the whole season! I took these pictures before I left for Pittsburgh and just forgot to share! How sad is that? Also, I apologize for being a little MIA lately, school is getting crazy as we wind down and Wednesdays are the worst! Sorry One Photo Wednesday! :( I will be back at it again soon though!

Today I am busy modeling in a fashion show and had the opportunity to post between runway shows! The dress I get to model is gorgeous! I feel so lucky that my amazingly talented friend, Jason Gagnon, asked me to model for him! I will update you more on that later, but today I am sharing this fun pattern!



Beret Pattern

Supplies: Circular Needles sizes 10.5 & 15, Double Pointed Needle, size 15, Chunky yarn (I used Lionbrand Hometown USA), stitch marker.

Start with the 10.5 needles and cast on 40 stitches.
Work in a K1, P2 ribbing for 10 rows.

Increase work to 54 stitches by *K2, Kfb, * repeat to end of row.
Switch to your size 15 circular needles.

*P1, K1, *repeat to end of row.
*P1, K1, *repeat to end of row.
*K1, P1, *repeat to end of row.
*K1, P1, *repeat to end of row.
Continue for 15-20 rows. The more rows you knit, the slouchier your beret will be!

On your final row *K1, K2tog, *repeat to the end of row. After this row, do a tradition gather method by pulling the yarn through the remaining stitches and tying it off.


This beret is so cute that I made it for winter but it will work all year round! Do you like it? It is a lot more simple than it seems, I promise! I will say more when I am not in full hair and makeup waiting to go on stage! :)

Wishing you a lovely little day!


2 comments:

  1. I really love this hat! I am not a skilled knitter, and have never made a hat before, but I think I will definitely have to give this pattern a go! ^___^

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  2. Love the color and the bobbles!

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