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Saturday, April 9, 2011

Crescent Park Beret- A Kit

Crescent Park Beret was inspired by Crescent Park, a little amusement park that used to be in Riverside RI. All that’s left now is a carousel (and a darn good one if I don’t say so myself…which I do), but it used to be a happening spot.
The beret is a chevron-striped hat with garter stitch accents and eyelet details. It’s knit with three colors of Cascade Heritage yarn worked at a sport weight gauge to make it light and airy. It is available as a kit from Bella Yarns starting April 15th, that includes three coordinating colors of Heritage and the pattern (which is included for free). You can choose from various color schemes.
Kits are priced at 41.97 plus tax (and shipping if you order by phone), and will include three skeins of Heritage, and the patterns for the beret and matching hand-warmers.

1 comment:

  1. I have so many memories of Crescent Park. i still remember going with my grandfather to meet The Three Stooges, who he grew up with in NY. And the carousel was fun. I still have one of the rings. The roller coaster was very popular. Heck, the whole park was a blast. Thanks for the wonderful pattern too! Love it!