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Details on this pattern:
This detailed full-color 4-page pattern offers a generous “artsy” newsboy beret with slim and newsboy variations. Pattern includes a glossary of terms, full-color photos, and instructions for S, M, L, XL sizing, striping, and brim options.
Stitches are overall reasonably straightforward. However, this pattern requires prior knowledge of how to use multiple yarns at once throughout, and some elements of this pattern require tapestry crochet skills and interchanging colors.
As such, this pattern ranks as intermediate crochet according to pattern standards guidelines.
Hook size: 6.5 mm (K)
Yardage: 250 - 300 yards
Sizes available: S, M, L, XL
This pattern is written in US crochet terms.
Notes on Materials Needed:
Four or more yarns are required for this pattern. As mentioned in the variation, the brands listed in this pattern are not necessary for this pattern to work. The band/stripe colors for this hat are made from stash scrap yarn and therefore are not mentioned in the pattern by brand. Keep your weights, yardage, and gauge as listed, and you can replicate this pattern easily again and again.
Primary Color 1 (A) – Premier Yarns™ Serenity™ Chunky Weight or other variegated 4-ply chunky weight – 110 yds
(For variation – use a combo of two sport-weight yarns to substitute for a chunky weight)
Primary Color 2 (B)– Paton’s™ Lacette Mohair or other fuzzy sport or baby weight yarn – 110 yds
Band Color 1 (C) – Chunky/bulky bouclé yarn, 50 yds or less (depending on how many stripes you want)
Band Color 2 (D) – Medium/worsted weight fuzzy yarn, 50 yds or less.
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8 shop reviews0 out of 5 stars
Great, thanks a lot!
Great and clear instructions with lots of tips and variations. The pattern is well written and easy to follow. A great basic pattern that one could easily modify and customise to suit.
Really cute pattern, easy to follow.
Good pattern of a spider web, can't wait for a pattern for a spider to go with it
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