The Abby Beret

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The Abby Beret Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • DC
  • HDC
  • TC
  • SC

Pattern Description:

This listing is for a crochet PATTERN for The Abby Beret, part of my Nantucket collection.

This slouchy beret works up quickly with aran weight yarn. The stripe and cute little bow give it a seaside feel with a touch of east-coast pragmatism ;)! It will be a daily go to!

With each design pattern, I aim for simplicity, wearability, and the kind of timeless appeal that makes a hand crocheted item something to treasure and make an heirloom piece.
All patterns written in standard US terms.

Includes three sizes:
12 months-2 T: 18" circumference
Toddler: 20" circumference
Child: 21" circumference
Adult: 23" circumference
Uses any aran weight yarn.
Very easy to work up-uses a few basic stitches (SC, HDC, DC, TC, SL ST).

All pictures, designs, and patterns are copyright Naturally Nora Crochet (c)


5 stitches and 4 rows=2"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • -12 months-2 T: 18" circumference -Toddler: 20" circumference -Child: 21" circumference -Adult: 23" circumference


  • -Any aran weight yarn for main color (80-100 yards) -Any aran weight yarn for contrasting color (30-40 yards) -I use Lion Brand Nature's Choice -Crochet hook size H (5.0 mm) -Tapestry needle

Suggested yarn:

100 yards of Worsted weight

About Designer

About Designer

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I'm Nicole. Mine are the creative hands behind Naturally Nora Crochet. Come visit the Naturally Nora Crochet blog:
My designs reflect my penchant for earthy, vintage styling. Every piece is cultivated and refined with a child I love in mind, particularly my own daughters. My little natural beauties are always refreshing my imagination.

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