Paris Beret and a Free* Pattern Offer

Named after the capital city where it is now commonly associated, the Paris Beret is a style of headgear worn by aristocrats (see painting below) and artists across Europe. Paris can be worn in many different ways or pushed to one side as it’s customarily done and is used by men and women today and throughout modern history. Beginning as well as advanced knitters can knit this hat in the round mindlessly for one’s self or a trendy gift for someone you love.  Starting today, I am offering the Paris Beret  pattern FREE*, for a limited time, *with the purchase of two or more patterns from our shop.  Free* pattern offer expires 12/10/10.

Henry VIII wearing a beret-style cap (1509)

Yarn Suggestions:

Lion Brand Thick and Quick Super Bulky Yarn, Classic Elite “Forbidden,” Cascade “Lana Grande,” Rowan “Big Wool” or any super bulky yarn.

Yardage:

74 yd (68 m)

Needles:

US11 (8 mm)- 16-inch (40 cm) Circular Needle; US13 (9mm)- 16-inch (40 cm) Circular Needle; US13 (9 mm) dpns;

Size:

Approximately 19” (48 cm) and stretches to 23” (58 cm) in circumference.

Skills and Techniques Needed:

Knit, purl, increasing (make 1), decreasing (knit 2 stitches together), knitting in the round, knitting with dpns.

To purchase Paris Beret pattern only in PDF click here or go to the Shop page.

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  1. #1 by Barbara Schaecher on August 20, 2012 - 3:30 pm

    I ordered your pattern for the Paris hat on 8/2/12 on Raverly–never heard a reply from you. Can you send instructions

    • #2 by Mylynedj on August 21, 2012 - 7:12 am

      Hi, Barbara! According to my records, I sent the pattern through your email on 08/02/12. It must have landed in your SPAM folder as it does many times. I resent the pattern. LMK how it turns out.

  2. #3 by Cecilia on September 26, 2012 - 1:15 pm

    I ordered your Saryna hat pattern today. How di I get the pattern? I wanted the PDF download. My order # is 1922-7320-9224-0333. Thank you.

    • #4 by Mylynedj on September 26, 2012 - 1:26 pm

      Hi, Cecilia– the patterns are sent manually through email. Please check your email, as I have already sent the pattern. :) Let me know how I can further assist you.– Mylyne

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