Banded Beret

from Amy Barickman

Banded Beret Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

The banded beret hat is a very simple and a delightfully quick project. Made from quilting cottons, recycled menswear or repurposed denim, choose a coordinating lining fabric. Made from wool felt or fleece, hat is unlined. Simple to construct with hidden back elastic for good fit. This construction method will introduce you to a wonderful tool - the pressing ham. Directions included for a flower & leaf embellishment. Connect with us and receive rewards! Sign up for our eNewsletter to receive a FREE downloadable eBook & DISCOUNT CODE for your next order! PLUS "Like" us on Facebook & receive an additional FREE ePattern! Visit our website & blog for more giveaways, freebies, how-to videos & tutorials!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One size fits most


  • Wool felt - 1/2 yard for solid version OR two coordinating 1/4 yard pieces for contrasting band & flower embellishment
  • Fleece - 1/2 yard 24" x 4" of lightweight fusible interfacing
  • 8" piece of wide bias tape or 1" wide soft grosgrain ribbon
  • 3-1/2" piece of 5/8" wide elastic
  • Matching thread, pins and safety pin
  • Optional but very helpful: Pressing Ham, but rolled up towel will work as substitute

About Designer

About Designer

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Indygo Junction Inc., founded by creative entrepreneur Amy Barickman, is an established sewing and crafts business that offers stylish and timeless high-quality patterns and a variety of idea-rich project books. Amy continues to work with artists and designers from around the world to create unique projects, having sold over 2 million books and sewing patterns.

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