November-December 2012

Twilight Beret

Subtle yarn changes with a touch of metallic make this single-skein beret a day-or-night knockout.
By Marlaina Bird
Photo by Nicole Hill Gerulat

YARN

RED HEART Boutique Changes, 3.5oz/100g balls, each approx 187yd/171m (87% acrylic, 12% wool, 1% other)

  • 1 ball #9560 Amethyst

CROCHET HOOK

  • Size H-8 (5mm) crochet hook

NOTIONS

  • Yarn needle

SIZE

One size fits most.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

Diameter 11"/28cm at widest point

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No gauge swatch!

Shame on you CrochetToday! – a hat pattern that says gauge is not important?! I made this hat three times before I got a reasonable fit on a normal head, even though I used hook and yarn graded the same size. Especially frustrating was the fact that the yarn I used was one of the other new Red Heart Boutique novelty yarns with different thicknesses which made the ripping out process slow and tedious.

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