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1  Re: looking for crochet patterns for a cloche cap from the 20's-30's in Vintage Craft Projects by grusinskaya on: July 30, 2005 10:58:42 AM
I have a vintage cloche pattern from 1931:

(I apologize for the quality of the picture)

I'm guessing that the pattern gives two different versions of the same hat, because there's another picture that shows the hat with crocheted leaves instead of ribbons. In any case, you could probably leave the embellishments out, if you'd like.

Here are the hat's stats:
Measurements: Round head band--22 inches. Can be arranged for a slightly smaller size or to 23 inches.
Depth from the center of the crown to the edge of the front--8 inches.
Depth from the center of the crown to the lower edge of the back--9 inches.

Tension: 10 d.c. to 1 in. in width
10 rows to 1 in. in depth.

If you're interested, let me know and I'll type up the rest of the pattern for you.
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2  Re: Completed Spiderweb Capelet in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by grusinskaya on: March 29, 2005 01:14:27 PM
Until I stumbled across this thread this morning I hadn't even thought about knitting this, but I have a load of purple acrylic mohair type yarn that I needed to knit something with and it seemed a good match. Thank goodness this thread was here, otherwise Row 4 wouldn't have made anysense.

I'm quite pleased with how it turned out, although I'd have liked the lace pattern to have showed up more. It shows up beautifully when I hold the caplet up to the window though...

Oooh, that's lovely! Do you remember the name of the yarn you used?
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