The result

FULL FASHIONING

To make a neater edge when working increases at the beginning and end of rows, work the increase stitches a few stitches from the end.This leaves a continuous stitch up the edge of the fabric that makes sewing up easier. Because the made stitch lies to the left of the original stitch, at the beginning of a knit row you knit one stitch, then make the increase, but at the end of a knit row you work the increase into the third stitch from the end.The increase stitch lies between the second and third stitches at each end (see page 28-9 for more information on full fashioning).

On a purl row you work in exactly the same way; the bar will be in the correct position two stitches from either end.

This simple beret comes in three sizes, small, medium and large and is knitted in stockinette (stocking) stitch with a kl, pi rib border.

Plain beret knitted in a worsted (DK) tweed wool yam.

Two colour striped beret knitted in two colours of a worsted (DK) wool yam on size 3 (3.25mm/UK 10) and size 6 (4mm/UK8) needles. Finished head circumference measures 18 [20:22]in (45.5 [51:56]cm). See page 137 for pattern.

KNIT SOMETHING NOW!

This simple beret comes in three sizes, small, medium and large and is knitted in stockinette (stocking) stitch with a kl, pi rib border.

Plain beret knitted in a worsted (DK) tweed wool yam.

Two colour striped beret knitted in two colours of a worsted (DK) wool yam on size 3 (3.25mm/UK 10) and size 6 (4mm/UK8) needles. Finished head circumference measures 18 [20:22]in (45.5 [51:56]cm). See page 137 for pattern.

0 0

Post a comment