# Crochet beret according to the instructions with photo for beginners

Beautiful beret crochet: instruction for beginners In order to tie an elegant beret, we will need: three hundred grams of Eskimo wool (consisting of one hundred percent wool); a hook eight millimeters thick. We choose the following binding density: nine C3H, which correspond to ten centimeters in width. We begin to knit each circle in such a way that instead of CIH we make one CG, and replace three EAs with C2H; we also replace C3H by four EPs. We complete each circle with a single connecting half-loop, which we tie in the 1st column of the circle. We loosen the loops according to this principle: we knit one CIH, without threading through the loop, as a result of which there are two loops on the hook. Then do CIH and thread through all three loops that are on the hook. So, we knit himself. We make three EPs and connect them into a ring. The 1-st circle. We send five CIH into the resulting ring. 2 nd circle. We create two С2Н, tying them in each СН. As a result, we get ten C2H. 3 rd circle. We make four EPs (which is equal to one C3H), then we knit one EP, after it - one C3H, bound in the next C2H. We knit five EPs, and, finishing the circle, skip the last column with two overlays, create one connecting half-tube, tied in the fourth VI, counting from the initial part of this circle. 4th round. We knit one connecting half-pit, capturing the 1st row from one EP. In all the rows from the EP of the previous circle, we sew one CIH (making this CIH also via C2H from the second row). End this circle with one connecting half-barrel, tied through the fourth CG from the beginning of this circle. As a result, we get five "shells". 5-th circle. We knit four VPs (one C3H), then seven VPs, skip the shell, do one C3H, then one VP + one C3H + one VP + one C3H + one VP + one C3H. We terminate one EP, bound to the last CIH, then we create one connecting semicolumn, passing to the fourth CG, counting from the beginning of this circle. The 6th circle. We connect the connecting half-column in the 1st row from the VP, then we make one CIH, grasping a chain of seven VIs - we need to make this CIH between the C3H "shell" of our fourth circle-six C3Ns are tied into the 1st chain of VP, one CIH is pulled through the middle part of the 3rd C3H; After that - six C3N we are tying in the 2nd chain from one EP. We end the circle with one connecting half-column, connected in the 1st CIH, taken first of this circle. 7-th circle. We make nine VPs, skip the "shell", then - one C3H + one VP + one C3H, tied in the first CIH between the two "seashells"; after that we knit five EPs; repeat the picture. And at the end we knit one C3H + one EP, passing into the last column with one crochet, and one connecting half-tie, tied in the fourth CG from the initial part of the circle. The 8th circle. We knit the connecting semicolumn in the 1st chain from the VP; then in all the rows of the five EPs we make one CIH in the middle of the loop - we extend this CIH also through the loop of the sixth circle, and we chain six C3H into the remaining chains, consisting of one EP. At the end of the circle, we make one connecting semicolumn, tied in the 1st CIH from the initial part of the circle (in the end - "shell"). 9-th circle. Create ten EPs, skip the "shell", make one C3H + one VP + one C3H, bound in CIH between the two "seashells". Then there are six EPs. Then repeat the presented sequence, beginning with the 1st column with three capes; end one C3H + one VP, tying in the final column with one crochet and one connecting semicolumn through the fourth CG, counting from the beginning of this circle. The 10th circle. Make a connecting half-pipe in the VP. In each chain consisting of six EPs, we knit one CIH. It should be tied between C3H in the "shell" of the eighth circle. And in each chain from one EP do six C3H. We finish the series: we knit one connecting half-column through the 1st CIH, counting from the initial part of the circle. The 11th circle. One CIH is tied in all the C3N of the preceding circle (sixty columns with one cuff). The 12th circle. We put one CIH into each of 1 three CIH, then two CIH together, we repeat until we get a total of forty-eight columns with one crochet. The 13th circle. One CIH is tied in all the posts with one cuff. The 14th circle. We put one CIH into each of the first two CIH, then two CIH together, we repeat, in the end we get thirty-six bars with one crochet. 15 - 17 circle. One CIH is tied in all the posts with one thread, we cut off the thread. All! The product is ready!