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Yarn: Approximately 205 yds./187.5 m fingering weight or 185 yds./169 m sport weight weight
Shown in Knit Picks Palette (100% Peruvian Highland wool; 231 yds./211 m per 1.76 oz./50 g skein) in Calypso Heather, one skein (fingering version) and Imperial Yarn Tracie Too (100% wool; 395 yds./362 m per 4 oz./113.5 g skein) in color 302/Rain, one skein (sport version)

Needles:
For fingering weight version: US 2 (2.75 mm) and US 3 (3.25 mm), of your preferred type for working in the round, or sizes needed to obtain gauge
For sport weight version: US 3 (3.25 mm) and US 4 (3.5 mm), of your preferred type for working in the round, or sizes needed to obtain gauge

Gauge:
For fingering weight version:
24 stitches and 40 rounds = 4 in./10 cm in stockinette stitch, after blocking
24 stitches and 36 rounds = 4 in./10 cm in lace stitch, after blocking
For sport weight version:
22 stitches and 40 rounds = 4 in./10 cm in stockinette stitch, after blocking
22 stitches and 36 rounds = 4 in./10 cm in lace stitch, after blocking

Sizes: Finished circumference of 20 in./50 cm (fingering version) or 22 in./54.5 cm (sport weight version)

This pattern combines a simple lace pattern and a hemmed brim for a stylish slouchy beret. The two sizes in the pattern use the same instructions but employ different yarn weights and needle sizes to achieve a slightly different fit. Use fingering weight yarn and smaller needles to knit a hat for a child or teen. Use sport weight yarn and larger needles to knit a hat for an adult.

The lace pattern uses simple decreases (k2tog, ssk, CDD) and yarnovers. The lace patterns for the body of the hat and the crown decreases are both written and charted.

This pattern has been professionally tech edited.
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