Pattern Download

Floreselle Slouchy Beret


Skill Level


Skills Needed

  • Lace

What You Get

  • 1 digital pattern (instant download)
  • Free Pattern Updates

How it works

  • This pattern was designed by a Craftsy independent design partner!
  • You'll purchase through PayPal and all profits go to the designer.
  • After purchase find your pattern in your pattern library.


I love bobbles and when I came across this floral stitch pattern a little while ago I just knew it was destined to be a slouchy. The lace, combined with the bobbles adds dimension and dept. While the beret appears intricate and difficult, the patterning is super easy. If you are not a fan of bobbles, they are easy to eliminate. The ribbing allows the beret to fit most heads easily. For extra slouch, add an extra repeat of the lace pattern or block on a bigger dinner plate. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Must know how to knit in the round. Some knowledge of basic lace GAUGE 1 repeat = 4" in lace pattern 22 sts = 4" in St st SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished Size: 10 1/2" tall & 16" at brim unstretched

Recommended with this pattern

  • Worsted Weight Yarn (220 yards)
  • Yarn used in sample: Cascade 220 Superwash; Silver Grey colorway
  • 4 stitch markers in main color

Sold by

Hey there, I'm Tian. Can't get enough knitting and crochet? Do you always have yarn and a project with you, even at church? Then, check out my Ravelry Page, a place full of designs for you, the obsessed crocheter and knitter. SIMPLE DESIGNS, BEAUTIFUL RESULTS YOU WILL LOVE TO WEAR! Join my weekly newsletter mailing list {The Weekly Yarn} to be the first to hear of new designs and discounts, and to get tips & articles relating to knitting and crochet, PLUS get a 20% OFF COUPON to my Ravelry Shop. To join my mailing list, click here: {} I am a crochet and knitwear Designer and Tech Editor, and Small Business Consultant creating products to support Indie Biz owners. DESIGNER I create knit and crochet patterns that are simple designs that you will love to wear, every day, perfect to express you unique style. I am a tech editor for magazines, yarn companies, and independent designers. Check out my Ravelry Store for available patterns for sale! {} TECH EDITOR Publish with Confidence! Want to publish your next pattern with confidence that it will be accurate? I use my background in finance and account (I *love* numbers and math) to help knit and crochet designers with their designs. Currently, I am accepting new clients (magazines, yarn company, and yarn box publication) with a few slots for indie designers. Want to work with me? Read blog post here for details on my process, services offer, and cost. Email me ( for current availability! {} CRAFT BIZ SOLUTION A boutique consulting firm specializing in helping crafters build and grow their dream business. Email me to find out how we can work together! When you're serious about your craft {} ABOUT ME: You can see my work on Ravelry (KnitDesigns). I live in rural Massachusetts with my fantasy author husband Daniel Steeves Connaughton and son. We have 1 dog, 3 cats, and an ever growing flock of chickens. I learned to crochet just after 9/11 from a co-worker. I learned to knit in Jan 2007, after resisting for years, from watching HGTV Knitty Gritty. My first design was released on Etsy in 2008. Since then, I've been hooked Happy Knitting and Crocheting! Tian