Fool's Gold Beret by Inge Sandholt
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Fool's Gold Beret

Knitting
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
US 6 - 4.0 mm
200 yards (183 m)
One size (medium)
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The beaded brim of this classic beret turns it into an elegant winter accessory. Worked in the round in a worsted weight yarn, it is a quick knit. The beads are pre-strung onto the yarn before knitting and slipped into place on the stitches while knitting. The technique is usually referred to as bead knitting.

The beaded brim of this classic beret turns it into an elegant winter accessory. Worked in the round in a worsted weight yarn, it is a quick knit. The beads are pre-strung onto the yarn before knitting and slipped into place on the stitches while knitting. The technique is usually referred to as bead knitting.

Sizes: One size, Adult Women’s

Finished measurements:
Cirkcumference (brim) 22”/ 56 cm
Length 9” / 26 cm

Materials:
Yarn: 200 yards worsted weight.
Beads: 110 Silver colored and 120 Gold colored seed beads size 4 or 5

Fools Gold is the nick name for the mineral Pytite (FeS2). Pyrite is very common and is often mistaken for Gold. Still, the shiny appearance and its interesting crystals, makes pyrite an attractive and beautiful mineral