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A Draped Beret - PDF pattern download


A Draped Beret - PDF pattern download


A Draped Beret - PDF pattern download


This is an original design for a crocheted beret, reminiscent of the berets worn by ladies on sea voyages in the 1930s.

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It is ideally worn on the side of the head, with the crown draped slightly to suit the wearer. It is designed to be worn tightly on the head.

It is shown crocheted in 4 ply/sport weight cotton (white and navy), and 4 ply merino wool (sky blue).

The pattern is given in two sizes and three 'depths', depending on how much drape or fullness is preferred. The white cotton beret has the least depth, which gives a more nautical air, followed by the navy cotton. The sky blue beret has the most 'drape'.

This beret would also work with wool mixes, and would look beautiful in silk, alpaca, or silk alpaca.

It is worked in the round. UK crochet terms are used, but US terms are given in the abbreviations section.

Stitches used are Dc/Sc and Htr/Hdc. It is simple enough for a beginner.

180m of 4 ply/sportweight yarn (approx)
3mm, 3.5mm and 4mm/D3, E4 and G6 hooks

To fit 21 - 22 inch head - Small
(23 - 24 inches) - (Medium/Large)
Larger size instructions are given in brackets.

22dcs and 24 rnds to measure 10cm/4 inches using 4mm/G6 hook.

You are purchasing an original design, which has taken a great deal of time and effort to create and test. You agree to print out one copy for personal use only. You do not have permission to copy or distribute the pattern, either in print or digitally, or to sell the item that you create from this pattern. You may not print multiple copies to distribute or sell, nor may you share the digital file with others. If you like the pattern, please help me spread the word by directing people to this site so that they can purchase a copy, too.