I Love Canterbury Beret/Tam by Rowan Watts
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I Love Canterbury Beret/Tam

Knitting
July 2014
Light Fingering ?
9 stitches = 1 inch
in stocking stitch
US 0 - 2.0 mm
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
375 - 625 yards (343 - 572 m)
Medium
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This beret/tam comprises different motifs but includes hearts and my version of the Canterbury Cross - hence the name.
This is a beret created by using stranded knitting in the round.
You will need 2mm & 3mm circular needles - both 40cms long and 3mm dpns or dpns through out.
The yardage given is dependent on how many colours you use. If you knit a two-colour beret you will need 1 and a half of the main colour and one ball of the contrast. If you use 3 contrast colours you will obviously need a ball of each.
It is blocked over a 10” plate but you could block it slightly larger if desired.
If you choose to use corrugated rib, the rib will not be as stretchy as a 1x1 or even 2x2 rib.
I don’t think there are any mistakes as it has been knitted by several friends but please let me know if you find any.