Knitted with fingering yarn, Alice is a light, feminine hat with a slight beret shape that suits most faces.

Elegant lace gently grows from the ribbed brim into subtle leaf shapes and curves gently to the crown against a textured background.

Alice is a stylish take on traditional lace berets and is a pattern perfectly suited to experienced knitters and those eager for a challenge.

The pattern includes both written and charted instructions and links to tutorials.

To fit head sizes: Small 19-20” (21-22”, 23-24”)/48-51 cm (Medium 53.5-56 cm, Large 58.5-61 cm).

Brim circumference: 15” (16”, 17”)/38 cm (40.5 cm, 43 cm); blocked and unstretched. 
Length from base of brim to top centre of crown: 7” (7.5”, 8”)/17.5 cm (19 cm, 20.5 cm).

Approx. 131 yds (175 yds, 219 yds)/120 m (160 m, 200 m)/ of Dartmoor by Happy-Go-Knitty (100% BFL 437 yds/400 m per 100g skein) in colourway “Pot of Gold”.

If substituting, Approx: 131 yds (175 yds, 219 yds)/120 m (160 m, 200 m) fingering-weight yarn.

Size US 3/3.25 mm circular needle 16”/40 cm long. 
US 4/3.5 mm circular needle 16”/40 cm long & the same size for knitting small circumferences.

Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain gauge.

1 stitch marker

26 sts and 36 rnds = 4”/10 cm in Stockinette stitch knitted in the round with US 4/3.5 mm needles, after wet blocking.

“Lace” panel (see charts) = approx. 3”/7.5 cm at its widest (20 sts)

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