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The Itarille Falassion Dirigible Beret

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Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Sizing Women
Style Whimsical, Traditional, Classic, Casual, Victorian / Steampunk, Cute
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What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo The Itarillė Falassion Dirigible Beret Pattern

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What materials did you use? yarn, tapestry needle, satin ribbon, circular needles

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What are you most proud of? The shape!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Have fun; it knits up fast!

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I love this! It's so beautiful!

10/10/2011 Flag

Thanks so much!

10/18/2011 Flag

where can I purchase this yarn and color? Sandy

11/28/2011 Flag

Do you really want me to add three strands together to make this hat in worsted wool, bulky? I'm not sure this is right.

11/28/2011 Flag

What does switch the yarn leads after row 32 mean?

11/28/2011 Flag

Hi Sandy,

12/03/2011 Flag

Hi Sandy,

12/03/2011 Flag

Super bulky yarn is approximately 3 strands of worsted. You can use 2 balls of worsted to make the hat or 1 ball of super bulky. 2 balls of worsted is generally cheaper than 1 ball of super bulky so that's why it's an option. To make sure you don't run out of yarn before the end of the hat, you would switch your yarn leads after row 32. When you started, you were using 2 strands from Ball A and 1 strand from Ball B. After row 32 you would tak eone strand from Ball A and two strands from Ball B. Hope this helps! -TJV

12/03/2011 Flag