Knitting pattern for Shell beret
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- Level: Beginner
- Sizes: 1 (2) 3 (4)
- Yarn: Drops, Air mix
- Needles: 5mm (US8, UK6)
- Knitting type: Rounds, bottom to top
The Shell beret is an easy project for beginners who want to improve their knitting skills in working with increases M1L and decreases k2togL. It is a free style seamless hat that is worked bottom to top using 5 mm needles with two yarns of Drops Air held together. Because of that this beret is quite tight and fits for wearing in winter. The style of Shell beret fits very well with all face types for everyday wearing. It is worked in rounds from bottom to top in rib stitch pattern using 5mm (US8, UK6) 40-60cm (16-24) circular needles.
1 (2) 3 (4) Shown in size 3.
To fit head circumference 47-50 (50-55) 55-59 (59-62) cm / 18.5-19.75 (19.75-21.75) 21.75-23.25 (23.25-24.5) in
Yarn (two yarns held together):
1) Drops, Air mix (65% alpaca wool, 28% polyamide, 7% wool; 50g/1.8oz = 150m/164yds). Colour: 10.
2) Drops, Air mix (65% alpaca wool, 28% polyamide, 7% wool; 50g/1.8oz = 150m/164yds). Colour: 10.
100 (100) 100 (100) g
3.6 (3.6) 3.6 (3.6) oz
2 (2) 2 (2) balls
300 (300) 300 (300) m
328 (328) 328 (328) yds
Needles: 5mm (US8, UK6) 40-60cm (16-24in) circular needles and 5mm (US8, UK6) 20cm (7.75in) 5 pcs. double point needles.
Gauge: 10cm x 10cm (4’’ x 4’’) = 13 stitches x 20 rows in Stockinette stitch.
Notions: 1 closed stitch markers, tapestry needle.
Knitting instructions, few Youtube video links with QR codes, schematic, abbreviations.
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