As a tribute to one of my favorite places, I have created a cowl named Cowl Beach, with continuous crashing waves of its own. As a companion piece, I have created this beret, which uses exactly 1 skein of Spud & Chloe Sweater. With the unusual horizontal ribbing, I have included a tutorial for how to integrate the finished ribbing with the beginning of the rest of the beret with both written instructions and pictures. Also included, is the same tutorial that I diligently developed for Cowl Beach (the Cowl), showing how to create the waves seamlessly in the round. A feat which I worked very hard to figure out and accomplish and feel very proud of.
Sizes & Finished Measurements
- Adult. Ribbed Brim Circumference: 21 1/2 inches
- Spud & Chloë Sweater (55% Superwash wool/45% organic cotton, 50g, 136 yds / 124 m): 1 skien in #7521 Beluga
- 1 Set US 6 (4.0mm) straight needles
- 1 Set US 11 (6.0mm) 16 or 24 inch Circular Needles
- 18 sts = 4 inches crashing wave pattern, or 36 sts, or 9 “waves”=8 inches
- See tutorial on page 5 & 6
- Stitch Markers, 1 regular st marker for indicating beg/end of rnd, and 4 removable st markers or safety pins.
- 3 buttons: 3/8 inch
- Crochet Hook
- Yarn/Tapestry needle
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