I’m excited to show you the latest pattern I’ve been working on.
The Lizette Beanie and Beret pattern has been on the drawing board since last spring, but I put it aside until the weather was more suitable for woolly hats. And, once the autumn chill started to bite, I felt the need to work on hats again, just as I had imagined I would. So, I took up the pattern again and sent it out to my lovely testers.
The pattern is a lace and cable combination – I the crisp lines that cables create, and the lace pattern is delicate yet fun to knit. As with all my favourite lace repeats, it is easily memorised and easy to knit. I like knitting I can relax into, where I don’t have to be poised over the pattern all the time. If you’re like me then you will enjoy knitting this pattern. You don’t have to be hugely experienced at lace knitting either to give this a go – an adventurous beginner lace knitter could enjoy knitting this.
I also love that you can knit a beanie or beret from the same pattern. It started out as an experiment – but it worked, so I decided to go with it. As you can see, it’s got sizes for a child and an adult too. More versatility. Love that! I hope you do too 🙂
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