HOW TO – Grace Lace Beret

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Loop Knits shares a pattern for making this lovely knitted lace slouchy beret. If you’re local to Philadelphia, check out their beret-making classes on October 20 and 27.

14 thoughts on “HOW TO – Grace Lace Beret

  1. Jessimuhka says:

    This is clearly knitted. Also, if you read the post and pattern, it clearly says it is knitted.

  2. Jax says:

    I love to crochet so when I saw the link clicked through immediately, it is knitted. Please correct the post.

  3. Sunny says:

    …that’s no moon – I mean crochet. I can see ribbing and a chevron lace. Clearly knit, I say.
    Don’t taunt the crochet’ers, they’ll get crotchety. (haw! haw!)

  4. Kath says:

    Joining in the stampede to agree with those who posted before me – any knitter or crocheter can tell at a glance from the photo that item is NOT CROCHET, it is knitted. I’ve seen major retailers make that mistake in the catalogs, but that’s an odd sort of blooper for Craft!

  5. Elizabeth says:

    I wrote this pattern, and I was amazed when I saw this come through my google reader! Thank you for featuring it. However, like the previous commenters wrote it is knit, not crocheted.

  6. Jenny Ryan says:

    No more posting at 3am for me! So sorry for the flub, it has been corrected. I’m usually so good about that too! ;)

  7. Johnny says:

    does that super cute girl come with the pattern?

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Jenny Ryan is an artist, crafter, and maker of things. She lives in Los Angeles with a pack of various animals (including her husband) and writes about her adventures in creating at Exit Through the Thrift Shop.

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