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Moss Stitch Beret - PDF pattern download


Moss Stitch Beret - PDF pattern download


Moss Stitch Beret - PDF pattern download


The Moss Stitch Beret is a design I came up with whilst on train journeys to and from a vintage photo shoot for a knitting book. It was inspired by the hats of the 1930s, close-fitting and worn on the side of the head. The samples are knitted in different yarns, to show the versatility of the design, and the different drape each one has.

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This is an original pattern for a knitted brooch for your winter coat or a favourite knit. Inspired by the pretty brooches made and worn by women during World War II to cheer up tired, worn out rationed clothing. This would make a great addition to a modern wardrobe, and a lovely gift.

As only small amounts of wool are required, it makes a great stash-busting project. Ideal for the adventurous beginner.

It uses the i-cord technique, which is explained in the pattern.

A few metres of purple, yellow and green 4 ply cotton, or wool.
2.75mm straight needles, and double-pointed needles. (To work the i-cord)
Small piece of felt in a colour to match or tone with one of the above colours.
Sewing thread in colour to match felt
Blunt and sharp sewing needles
Brooch pin

Tension is not crucial for this project

Approximately 10 - 12cm/4 - 5 inches long and 5 - 6cm/2 - 3 inches wide.

This listing is for the PDF pattern only - not the original pattern, and not the finished brooch.

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 your friends to this site so that they can purchase a copy, too.