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Phannie Beret
Phannie Beret
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The Phannie is a chic and easy crochet beret. You can use any color of yarn you like, but we really enjoy the deep, stunning red. This free crochet hat pattern is great for new crocheters because it is simple and trendy enough to wear around town. This particular crocheted hat measures approximately 11 inches across and is designed to fit the average woman's head. Keep your head warm or just make a fashion statement while looking super stylish in this crochet beret.

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Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook, Q or 16mm hook

Yarn Weight: (2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

 

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It looks like the yarn mentioned above in the Phannie Beret, Berroco Pure Merino DK as well as all the Pure Merino styles of yarn are discontinued according to the Berroco website. I'd like to try this pattern. Is there another yarn you would recommend?

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May be reading this wrong. Round 10 says to repeat round 7, ending with 32 FPDC with 3 DC between, but round 7 has 32 FPDC with 2 DC between. Just a typo or should I now be doing the below (dc in the next two dc instead of just the next one?): Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), * FPDC around post of next st, dc in same dc (inc made), dc in next two dc, rep from * around, end FPDC around post of last dc, dc in same dc, join with a sl st in top of beg ch-3 32 FPDC's with 2 dc's between them.

Cancel that, was easy enough to work out just trying through to stick to the pattern. Only the third thing I have made and not used to the american notation system!

i am stucked at row 15 can sumone please explain it for me plz

Could someone tell me what grs stands for in relation to yarn? I'm a beginner

Means grammes

I am excited to start this project I love the hat:)

can any 4ply yarn be used instead of what it calls for

I love this pattern! I have made it twice and each hat is uniquely different because of my yarn choices. The crochet around the post really gives the hat some interest. I chose to do one of the hats in a solid color with two rows of contrasting color before I started the decreasing rows. Thank you for posting the pattern for free!

I'm having trouble reading patterns- i'm on Rnd 2 and i'm not sure what it means when it says "dc in same st, 2 dc's in each dc around," ... i have a list of the terms so i understand those but does this mean i double crochet into the first st right after a chain of 3 and then go right back into the same st and dc again and repeat until i reach the end... - can you please explain?

I think I figured it out but I'm not entirely sure- I'll reply again when i get further on it

dc= double crochet, in every stitch twice finish the row across. row 2 chain once in the first sts. crochet in each sts across. repeat row 2 till piece is about 18" long. good luck you can write me if necessery phylstan1@optonline.net.

I love to crochet, but I am dislecsic and have a hard time reading the patterns, but I can watch videos and pick up on them really good. Is there a site that shows how to make different things. I want to learn to make mittens and hats most of all. Thank you and have a wonderful day! line5

I just joined so am way late in responding. Even though I'm not dyslexic I have a hard time with patterns, too. YouTube has a great deal of videos. Use terms like "crochet tutorial" and then follow that with what you want to crochet (hat, gloves, scarf, etc . . . ). You Might try "translating" patterns into something easier for you to read. Like, for a single crochet, give it a symbol. For a double crochet, a different symbol. Then write or type the instructions out with the symbols. My brother is dyslexic and when I helped him with his homework sometimes that was the key - we had to put it in a "language" he could read.

I FOUND THE PATTERN A LITTLE CONFUSING ROW 10 WHEN YOU GO BACK TO ROW 7 AND YOU NEED 3 DC AND THEN YOU GO TO ROW 11 IT GOES BACK TO 2 DC FOR 2 ROW TO 2DC IS THE STITCH ABOVE THE FRONTPOST A DC

Hi, quilterrose1 8867516. I'm sorry to hear of your trouble. I have two options for you: 1. You can contact the pattern designer directly for help. The designer is specified in the byline. 2. I might also suggest that you try posting your question to our sites Facebook page. It is monitored by the editor and is a great resource for helpful tips and suggestions from our Facebook friends; perhaps they can offer some guidance! Here is the link: http://www.facebook.com/AllFreeCrochet Good luck! --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

Very easy pattern to follow. I'm on my second one. Thanks for sharing.

this will make for a wonderful Christmas present:)

xxx

This pattern works up very nicely. The finished beret was beautiful. The pattern was good, but I might rate it Easy+ or Med Easy because you really have to pay attention in the beginning. Once the pattern is established, you're home free.

cute....

very cute im going to be makeing this soon

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