Beret St. Edmunds
Continuing the puns from Canterberet we have Beret St. Edmunds (Bury St. Edmunds, an ancient English town this time, not a city).
Beret St. Edmunds is a chunkier, faster knit but just as stylish. Two-stitch cables, blackberry stitch and stocking stitch work together here so that you don’t have chance to get bored with any of them along the way.
2 x 100g balls of the Mondial Kross yarn, only 60g or so of the second ball is used.
This time (unlike the Canterberet) I just couldn’t stop Wendy getting the pompom maker out, but it’s just as nice without one.