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Knitting Pattern Fisherman’s Rib Beret & Mitts

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New from the AVINGTON COLLECTION: The beret is having a fashion comeback and this fisherman’s rib version with spiral crown shaping is intriguing to knit. Paired with the mitts, which come in two options, these accessories will be worn for many seasons to come.

Highly prized and super soft, Australian Superfine Merino is the ultimate natural fibre. The most amazing secret of all is how it feels against the skin. Silky and smooth, with an unparalleled comfort factor, this wool can be worn directly next to the skin.

Superfine Merino breathes with the body; it warms you up when the temperature drops and helps to cool when you feel hot.

Pattern number: 451

 

Level: Intermediate Knitting

MEASUREMENTS

BERET
To Fit Head – 56 cm / 22 in
MITTS
To Fit Hand Circumference (above thumb) – 18 cm / 7 in
Style A – Full Mitts
Length – 23 cm / 9 in
Style B – Fingerless Mitts
Length – 17 cm / 6½ in

MATERIALS

Australian Superfine Merino by Cleckheaton
8 ply (65g / 2¼ oz balls)

BERET
Colourway 1
65 Mustard – 2 balls
Colourway 2
36 Dark Grape – 2 balls
MITTS
Style A – Full Mitts
65 Mustard – 2 balls
Style B – Fingerless Mitts
36 Dark Grape – 1 ball
BERET & MITTS SETS
Beret & Full Mitts
65 Mustard – 3
Beret & Fingerless Mitts
36 Dark Grape – 3

NEEDLES AND EXTRAS

• Beret only: 1 pair each 3.75mm (UK 9, US 5) and 3.25mm (UK 10, US 3) knitting needles or size needed to give correct tension.
• Mitts only: 1 set each 3.75mm (UK 9, US 5) and 3.25mm (UK 10, US 3) double-pointed knitting needles or size needed to give correct tension and a length of contrasting scrap yarn.
• Beret and Mitts: wool needle for finishing.

TENSION

23 sts and 44 rows to 10cm over fisherman's rib, using 3.75mm needles.



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