Chic, fashionable, timeless. The cloche was invented in 1908 and especially popular in the 1920s. Derived from the French word for "bell", the cloche is meant to be worn low on the forehead and conformed to the head.
This knit version can be styled in 4 different ways - as a cloche, a bonnet, a bucket hat, or as a cap with the bill in front.
Elevate your style with our two-color beret featuring playful stripes! This chic accessory adds a bold, modern twist to a classic style
The single row stripes are easy to knit on the machine. Choose contrasting colors or consider blending a self-striping yarn with a solid color for a unique design.
This is a great pattern for beginners to practice RTR (remove, turn, rehang)
The brim is worked in 2 x 2 ribbing. Knit this by hand, and rehang, use your ribber or hand manipulate the ribbing.
The main body is worked in stockinette and reverse stockinette stripes in contrasting colors.