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Great Hall
Great Hall
Great Hall
Great Hall

Great Hall Beret


This pattern is a part of The Art of Warmth: 27 Hats for Every Occasion.

Step into a world of timeless elegance with the Great Hall Beret, a knitting pattern inspired by the grandeur of Medieval country houses. The design pays homage to the graceful arches and ornate details found in these historic abodes.

Finished measurements

19”/47.5 cm brim circumference.

8.5”/21 cm height from base of ribbing to top-center of crown.

Measurements taken after blocking.

Fits average adult head sizes 20-22”/51-56 cm.


Approximately 220 yds/198 m of DK weight yarn.

1 skein of Madelinetosh Tosh DK (100% Superwash Merino Wool, 225 yds/205 m in 100 gr); Mineral



Size US 4/3.5 mm and size US 6/4 mm circular needles 16”/40 cm long, or size to obtain gauge.

One set of double-pointed needles size US 6/4 mm.



Stitch markers, cable needle, tapestry needle


26 stitches and 28 rounds = 4”/10 cm on size US 6/4 mm needles in charted pattern after blocking.


Construction Notes

The beret is worked from brim to crown in the round.

Knitters may consider placing markers between the chart repeats.

Intermediate. Techniques: working in round, reading charts, cable knitting. 

Pattern Style: (Chart, abbreviated, full) both written and charted instructions using common knitting abbreviations. Cabled pattern is charted only.

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