Yep, another beret! This one is called Breiwick, by The Shetland Trader. I used one and a quarter balls of Twilleys of Stamford Freedom Spirit DK for it, sadly I can't remember what the colour is called.
The above photo is closest to the real colour. Below you can see the pattern a bit better. It's just simple two stitch cables.
It's very well written, and easy to follow. I had no problems with it at all, and I do like how it's turned out!
I'd been thinking about things to put on my Smoothie Hats, and came across these Teeny Tiny Flowers on Attic24's blog. So I made four of them, and they are indeed teeny tiny! I put a 10p coin beside them for scale in this photo. I used what was left of some DK, and a 3mm crochet hook. They're really easy to make, and I think they look quite snazzy on this little hat!
And I've also made a start on a scarf for the winter. The yarn is Manos Del Uruguay Silk Blend DK that I bought in I Knit in February, the colour is called Capricorn. I had wanted to make a brioche stitch scarf with it. I re-jigged the Fourteen Neckwarmer pattern (Ravelry link). I cast-on 36 stitches on 4.5mm needles, and knit 4 rows, then I started on the brioche stitch. The yarn is gorgeous, and it's easy to remember the pattern, so this is now TV knitting.
For anybody interested in giving the brioche stitch a go, here is a link to a how-to I did on one of my Smoothie Hat patterns - it's at the bottom of the page. I really like how this stitch looks, and it makes a nice ribbed pattern. It's also easy once you get the hang of it.
Have a great week!