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Topic: Looking for beret/tam patterns...  (Read 522 times)
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« on: January 10, 2008 09:31:16 AM »

I'm looking for some good knitting patterns for berets or tams that you guys have had success with. I've tried drafting my own pattern with only relative success...Are there any in particular that you've had a lot of success with and would suggest? 

Thanks in advance, lovelies!  Wink

« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2008 05:34:45 PM »

i love the sunflower tam from Knitting Nature Norah Gaughan,

You should see if you can find it the library if you only want 1 pattern (but really the book is filled with wonderful patterns!)

its both complex (every row is different!) and easy (the pattern 'changes' at a regular rate/process, so you can quickly 'understand it' and only need to refer to it once in a while (and every row has a stitch count, so you can check and find out which row you are on!--great pattern writing!

i haven't made the original, but made to hats 'using' the basic design.. you can see them on my blog (currently in sight, just scroll down) or look for late December 07/or early january 08 entries.

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