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Soft Linen inspired Meg's lace beret. Her goal with this beret was straightforward: design a spring hat with an easy-to-memorize lace stitch and a detailed panel. The six-stitch lace repeat offers the kind of melodic redundancy we knitters often enjoy. The lace panel at the beginning of the round adds interest, not only to the finished beret itself, but also to the knitting process.
The finished beret blocks beautifully, opening the lace stitches and adding enough slouch to keep you cool during warm sunny days. But just in case the clouds roll in, the wool and alpaca will dutifully keep you warm.
SIZE: One size; to fit an average adult head; 23" circumference at base, stretched
Classic Elite Soft Linen, 2 balls 2204 New Fern
• One 16" circular each size US 3 and 5
• One set double pointed needles (dpns) size US 5
• Stitch marker
GAUGE: 22 sts and 28 rows = 4" in Lace Pattern repeat with larger needles.
NOTE: This yarn will relax a lot during/after blocking, resulting in a loose-fi tting beret.
Photo courtesy of Meg Myers.
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