When J&S brought out their new Heritage yarn with colours taken from old Fair Isle knitwear, I looked out my photos of items in the small museum on the island to see which motifs were used most on the old items. As ‘berrets’ have long been worn in Shetland, this was an obvious project. By swopping the colours in the mitts, there is less yarn left over.
Jamieson and Smith’s Heritage 100% Shetland wool, 25 g balls:
2 Flugga White (MC)
1 Berry Wine (CC1)
1 Madder (CC2)
3 mm (US 2) circular needles or dpns
stitch markers as required
Beret: 84cm/33" circumference 25cm/10"diameter top
Mittens: 19cm/7.5" round palm unstretched, cuff 6cm/2.5" total length with round edges rolled 18cm/7"
30 sts and 32 rows to 4” over pattern after washing and blocking
This pattern will work in other 4 ply/fingering yarns but you must check your tension first.
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