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Slouchy beret

Knitting
January 2010
Bulky / 12 ply (7 wpi) ?
US 8 - 5.0 mm
US 11 - 8.0 mm
200 - 250 yards (183 - 229 m)
One size fits most
This pattern is available for free.

This pattern can be worked with any yarn - the key is making sure to increase needle size by 3.

Check your gauge and have some fun.

online pattern only goes to row 32 - here is pattern from row 33 to end:

Row 34: With Color A, Knit.
Row 35: With Color A, Purl.
Row 36: With Color A, Purl.
Row 37: With Color B, Knit.
Row 38: With Color B, Purl.
Row 39 (Decrease row): With Color B, K5,
K2tog.
Repeat from * all along row. You
should have 86 stitches by the end of this row.
Row 40: With Color B, Purl.
Row 41: With Color A, Knit.
Row 42: With Color A, Knit.
Row 43: With Color A, Purl.
Row 44: With Color A, Knit.
Row 45: With Color A, Purl.
Row 46: With Color A, Purl.
Row 47: With Color B, Knit.
Row 48: With Color B, Purl.
Row 49 (Decrease row): With Color A, K1,
K2tog.
Repeat from * all along row. You
should have 58 stitches by the end of this row.
Row 50: With Color B, Purl.
Row 51: With Color A, Knit.
Row 52: With Color A, Knit.
Row 53: With Color A, Purl.
Row 54: With Color A, Knit.
Row 55: With Color A, Purl.
Row 56: With Color A, Purl.
Row 57: With Color B, Knit
Row 58: With Color B, Purl.
Row 59 (Decrease row): With Color B, K2tog
along the row. You should have 29 stitches by
the end of this row.
Row 60: With Color B, Purl.
Row 61: With Color A, Knit.
Row 62: With Color A, Knit.
Row 63: With Color A, Purl.
Row 64: With Color A, Knit.
Row 65: With Color A, Purl.
Row 66: With Color A, Purl.
Row 67: With Color B, Knit.
Row 68: With Color B, Purl.
Row 69 (Decrease row): With Color B, K2tog
along the row. You should have 15 stitches by
the end of this row.
Row 70: With Color B, Purl.
Cut the yarn from the ball leaving a 20-inch
long tail. Thread your darning needle and
weave through the remaining 15 stitches. Pull
tightly to close the top of the hat. Using the
mattress stitch, sew