Mon Amie Beret ~ Free Knitting Pattern

Hi Knitting Friends!

I have a free knitting pattern to share today, and if you’d like an ad-free PDF download, you can buy the PDF for $2 in my Ravelry Shop. My Mon Amie Beret is reversible with one nubbly side and one side with a “cracked rib.” It’s knit from super bulky yarn so it’s a speedy make for Fall!

If a favorite hat is like a favorite friend – warm, sweet and multifaceted – why shouldn’t your newest hat be the same?



Mon Amie is a soft and slouchy beret, knit in the round from the bottom up. And it’s reversible! Make one for yourself and your favorite amie!

mon amie mosaic

Sizing
One size: to fit head circumference up to 24 in/61 cm
Length (center top to brim): 9.5 in/24 cm
Brim circumference (unstretched): 20 in/51 cm

Yarn Requirements
Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick, Blossom #640103, 1 skein
6 oz / 170 g (106 yd/97 m), 80% acrylic, 20% wool



Needle Size
16 in/40.5 cm circular needle: US size 9 (5.5 mm)
16 in/40.5 cm circular needle: US size 15 (10 mm)
Double-pointed needles: US size 15 (10 mm)



Gauge
9.5 sts and 16 rows = 4 in/10 cm over 2×2 rib on smaller needle
8 sts and 12 rows = 4 in/10 cm in stockinette stitch on larger needle

Notions
Detachable stitch marker
Yarn needle



Abbreviations
Cm – centimeters
Co – cast on
Dec – decrease
In – inches
Inc – increase
K – knit
K2tog – knit 2 together
Kfb – knit front and back
Pm – place marker
Psso – pass slipped stitch over
P – purl
Rep – repeat
Rnd(s) – round(s)
Sl – slip
St(s) – stitch(es)
Wyib – with yarn in back

Skill Level
Intermediate



Brim
CO 48 sts with smaller needles. Pm and join for working in the round, being careful not to twist sts.
Round 1: *K2, p2; rep from * around.
Rep rnd 1 until piece measures 2 in (5 cm) from cast-on edge.

Body
Inc Rnd: With larger needle, *k2, kfb; rep from * around…64 sts.
Begin working in pattern as follows.
Rnd 1: *K1, p1; rep around.
Rnd 2: *K around.
Rep rnds 1-2 until piece measures 7.5 in (19 cm) from cast-on edge, ending with rnd 1.



Crown
Note: Change to DPNs when sts become difficult to work on circular needle.
Dec rnd 1: *K5, sl 1 wyib – k2tog – psso; rep around…48 sts.
Even rnd: *K1, p1; rep around.
Dec rnd 2: *K5, sl 1 wyib – k2tog – psso; rep around…36 sts.
Even rnd: *K1, p1; rep around.
Dec rnd 3: *K1, sl 1 wyib – k2tog – psso; rep around…18 sts.
Even rnd: *K1, p1; rep around.
Dec rnd 4: *Sl 1 wyib – k2tog – psso; rep around…6 sts.



Finishing
Break yarn, leaving a 10 in (25.5 cm) tail. Thread working yarn through remaining 6 and pull tightly to close the top of the hat. Weave in ends.

Happy Hatting to you, Knitters! Come visit me again soon. As always, if you enjoy this free pattern, please consider clicking some ad links here on my site to support more free designs! Thank you so much.



Yours in Stitches,

Sara

Mabel Mitts

Hi Knitters,

The Mabel Mitts are made in a plush lace rib that will keep you texting, stitching, and cozy all the while.

mabel

They are worked flat and seamed at the inside wrist leaving a thumb hole. You’ll pick up thumb stitches and work an easy-peasy gusset–so easy we should really just call it a tube–because it has no shaping whatsoever.mabel2

Cute and practical, these mitts work up in a snap of your fingers.

mabel snap

They also make nice gifts for friends you deem worthy of knitted lace.

The pattern includes a chart and written instructions so you can choose your own adventure!mabel8

 

 

Free PDF Pattern Download: mabel-mitts

In Stitches,

Sara Kay