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Kids Beret


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Kids look adorable and stay toasty-warm in these cute little winter berets. The pattern includes three sizes and three crown depths (a total of 9 patterns!), so there's a beret for every child! SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Small = 50cm-52cm (19-20") Medium= 52cm-54cm (20-21") Large = 54cm-56cm (21-22")

Supplies Needed

  • 50-55cm (20-22") soft medium-weight fabric This beret is designed to be made in light-medium-weight brushed cotton, corduroy or wool fabrics, but you may choose to use polar fleece, velour or other knits. (If using knits, take particular care not to stretch the crown out of shape as you sew). Babies' berets can be made reversible in flannelette or other light fabrics. Medium or heavy fabrics don't sit well as a "lining", so don't try to make reversible berets with these fabrics.
  • 50-55cm (20-22") lining fabric (Use only light, slippery fabric for the lining - silk, bemsilk, acetate, polyester satin - as stiffer fabrics will affect the drape of the beret.)
  • 50-56cm/19-22'' (head measurement plus 13mm / 1/2 '') of 25-30mm (1'' - 1 1/4'') wide elastic.

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You Sew Girl
Since picking up a needle and thread at the age of three, Nicole Mallalieu has been a passionate designer and maker of all things "textile". She graduated (in 1989) from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, with a degree in Fashion, and has worked in Australia, England and Ireland, making clothing, hats, bags and furnishings. She has specialised in one-off, hand-finished bags and hats for exhibitions, commissions and boutiques and worked as a designer, patternmaker and product developer for the commercial market. Since returning to Australia in 2002, Nicole has designed and manufactured bag patterns in conjunction with teaching courses and workshops in patternmaking, sewing and bag making. She writes the occasional magazine article (Stitches, Get Creative, Homespun etc), vast amounts of student notes and her book "You SEW girl!" is currently available in all good book and craft shops. She doesn't sleep much and drinks about one in every five cups of tea that she makes.