Green Tea Beret & Mitts

June 27, 2010 at 5:39 pm | Posted in 2010, Finished, Knitting, Original Designs, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

I am pleased to share with you Green Tea Beret & Mitts, a hat and mitt pattern set that I designed and knit in Ivy Brambles 4-ply cashmere especially for my local yarn store, The Yarn and Fiber Company.

Green Tea Mitts

Green Tea Beret

Materials | Approx. 350 yds of DK weight yarn. Shown in Ivy Brambles 4-ply Cashmere, Spring Green. For beret: US #1 (2.25mm) 16 in. circular, US #2 (2.75mm) 16 in. circular. For mitts: US #2 DPNs. 14 stitch markers. Tapestry needle.

*As always, regard needle size as a gentle suggestion, and swatch thoroughly as you may need to adjust needle size according to your own personal tension.

Gauge | 30 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches in pattern stitch (after light blocking)

I’ve been waiting for so long to share this pattern, and I am very pleased to announce that it has been published and made available as a PDF download at the Yarn and Fiber Company’s website, or in print through mail and in-store. The stitch pattern is a fun and simple combination of yarn-overs, slipped, and pass-over stitches with a bit of give to fit a range of sizes. If you have larger hands or prefer an even slouchier beret, swatch with a needle a size-or-two larger in order to increase the gauge and achieve your perfect fit!

Ravel it!

I have a few deadlines that are slowly sneaking, but once they are met,  I look forward to knitting a set for myself in anticipation of fall, perhaps in a steel grey : )

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  1. Green cashmere, oh my. I love them! So pretty, Emily. So glad to see one of the things you have been working on 🙂


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