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A fun hat for crochet lovers, this Floppy Beret is worked in a spiral for ease and simplicity. You start at the top and work your way down, add the bill and there is very little finishing!

Size: Opening about 23”, 11 ½” tam diameter

Gauge: 14 hdc / 4” and 12 rows in hdc / 4” (though gauge is not critical)

Needles: Crochet hook Size H

Materials: Shown in Classic Elite’s Portland Tweed (50% Virgin Wool /25% Alpaca /25% Viscose: 120yds/50g)

Yardage: Approximately 200 yards of Worsted Weight yarn (2 balls)

Notions: Removable stitch marker

Skill Level: Easy

Note: The hat is worked as a spiral from the top down

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Return Policy: Digital products cannot be returned physically, as such, no refunds are available for this electronic product.

Please note you are purchasing only a copy of the pattern and not the item(s) shown. All content and photographs are © Copyright – Amy Loberg. All Rights Reserved. Please do not reprint or distribute without permission. FiberWild! Patterns are not to be knit for resale.
A fun hat for crochet lovers, this Floppy Beret is worked in a spiral for ease and simplicity. You start at the top and work your way down, add the bill and there is very little finishing!

Size: Opening about 23”, 11 ½” tam diameter

Gauge: 14 hdc / 4” and 12 rows in hdc / 4” (though gauge is not critical)

Needles: Crochet hook Size H

Materials: Shown in Classic Elite’s Portland Tweed (50% Virgin Wool /25% Alpaca /25% Viscose: 120yds/50g)

Yardage: Approximately 200 yards of Worsted Weight yarn (2 balls)

Notions: Removable stitch marker

Skill Level: Easy

Note: The hat is worked as a spiral from the top down

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Return Policy: Digital products cannot be returned physically, as such, no refunds are available for this electronic product.

Please note you are purchasing only a copy of the pattern and not the item(s) shown. All content and photographs are © Copyright – Amy Loberg. All Rights Reserved. Please do not reprint or distribute without permission. FiberWild! Patterns are not to be knit for resale.

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