Starburst Beret


Starburst Beret

"This luscious beret was inspired from the Jasmine stitch, a unique star stitch hybrid that can be modified with many different stitches to create the starburst pattern. For my crochet beret pattern, I have used double crochet clusters to create the stunning starburst pattern. Perfect for spring, the Starburst Beret offers style and warmth in mild temperatures."


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Normally the berets that we see are the ordinary ones made of felt. But this one is one of a kind. It's proudly crocheted using a very attractive stitch. I don't know what it is but it's beautiful.

Oh my I just love the look of this Starburst Beret! To see the hat you would think it would be so hard to crochet this. With her video she makes it much easier to make. I am hoping to make a few of these and pray they look as nice as hers. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet beret pattern.

WOW! I am loving the look of this beret! When i scroll through the page and take a closer look at it, the beauty shines. The starburst cluster is to die for, and the ribbed band completes the look. I love when designers show us what it looks like being worn by a real person. I am so impressed with the look of this beret! Did I say that already?

For those that can wear them, berets are very stylish. I have a hat face and I can wear a beret. I love this design and the stitch is a little challenging, but thanks to the video I know I can make this. Right now, the weather is warming up so this will go to the bottom of the list but I will get to it before the weather turns cold again.

My Grandmother was a wearer of hats. From church hats to toboggans or stocking caps depending on where you are from, during the winter. It was not often that she was with out one even during the dog days of summer in her garden. I think she would have like this one.

I adore beret style hats and this one is just stunning! Its a bit fiddly, thanks to the embedded instructional video (both right and left handed versions are available), I have every confidence I can work this pattern. The next big decision is what color yarn to use? The designer has worked the sample in a variegated yarn, but wouldnt this look just like a giant snowflake in white or off white?


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