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Brier Lace Beanie Pattern


Designer: Chelsea Berkompas
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Advanced
Sizes Included: Small - 19" finished circumference, Medium - 21" finished circumference
Yarn Lines: Billow
Yardage: 120
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Size 7 (4.5mm): straight or circular, Size 9 (5.5mm): straight or circular and DPNs
Fiber Type: Cotton & Blends
Weight: Bulky

Brier is a chunky, casual beanie perfect for a relaxing weekend. Knit in a bulky, soft cotton, Brier works up quickly with a touch of unusual, textured lace for interest. Because of the lace pattern, this beanie is knitted flat (back and forth) in the beginning and then joined together and finished in the round after the lace panel is knit.

There are two sizes included; the larger size (21” ribbing circumference) is more slouchy and can be worn a little loose, almost like a beret. The smaller size (19” ribbing circumference) is more like a normal beanie, with just a little slouch in the back.

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2 out of 5 stars

Love the look of this hat but several fundamental flaws with this pattern. Should be done in the round- row 16 end with a YO -how do you work that knitting back and forth?? The eyelet lace pattern is mis-numbered-missing rows 12 - 14! This pattern needs a chart for the lace pattern. I have charted it myself and have converted it to knit it in the round. I shouldn't have to do all that work having paid my good money to purchase the pattern!