Learning to knit children's beret with a spikeletand wedges. If you decided to tie your baby a pretty beret with wedges and spikelet, then take note of our small master class. Despite its simplicity, the product, knitted with spokes according to this scheme, will look very charming. The principle of knitting beret is not too complicated -we knit along the clockwise direction (the seam is behind) and at the same time, we build up one new wedge and reduce the previous one (of course, for the initial wedge we do only the build-up). The technique of making a wedge is quite simple: 1. We knit the 1st wedge. In all the facial rows one cuff is knitted and the number of facial loops created with the help of nakids in the preceding rows is added. In other words, in the beginning row we perform one cape, in the next one cape plus one face loop, for the third row the combination will be - one cape plus two face loops and so on. 2. Then we knit the following wedges. There should be six of them. However, no one has set restrictions here, so you can do more. To perform the next wedge in all the face rows we sew one cape plus the number of face loops formed from the cloaks in the preceding rows plus two eyelets at the same time facing and unfold the knitting without tying the row. Thus, the initial number of the new wedge isone cake plus two together with a face loop - unfold knitting, the next row: one cape plus one facial loop plus two at the same time facial - to deploy knitting, and so on. Similarly, we reduce the previous wedge and form a new one. That's all. If you followed the instructions correctly, then you will have the same stylish baby beret.