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Divine_Gift
« on: October 15, 2007 09:51:15 AM »

Hello everyone,

I have fallen hopelessly and irrevocably in love with this http://tbl.imageg.net/graphics/product_images/pTBL-3373114dt.jpg hat.... unfortunately, while I can knit and crochet just fine, when it comes to making up my own patterns, I am completely out of my depth.  If there's anywho out there who would be willing to come up with a pattern or, at least, give me some idea as to how to go on with this particular project, I would be forever grateful.   Smiley
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« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2007 08:39:52 AM »

I've been wanting to make a hat just like this, but I couldn't figure out how to get the increases to work. I think with your picture I should be able to figure it out. I'll give it a try today and see if I can't work out a pattern or at least figure out the stitches.
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« Reply #2 on: October 16, 2007 10:19:47 AM »

For the main part of the hat, it looks like it's 3 dc followed by 1 dc in a spiral.
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« Reply #3 on: October 16, 2007 10:25:09 AM »

Umm it looks to me like the hat is knit not crochet. The bottom is a 1x1 ribbing, the top looks like a lace pattern I came across once (can't seem to find it at the moment). It looks like it knits from the bottom up though
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« Reply #4 on: October 16, 2007 10:52:00 AM »

Even if it is knit, I don't think it'd be too hard to duplicate in crochet... for someone more skilled than I, that is.  Can't wait to see what you come up with, Rheatheylia!
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« Reply #5 on: October 16, 2007 04:02:39 PM »

It's definitely crochet, the pattern is a 4dc shell followed by a fpdc, and the ribbing is fpdc and bpdc. I'm still working on the hat so I'll hopefully be able to post an actual pattern once I get it all finished, seems to be working out good so far!
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« Reply #6 on: October 17, 2007 07:17:48 AM »


This is the hat I came up with, I used a really gross, old, fuzzy, twiggy plastic bits in it, acrylic, which doesn't really suit the pattern. I think a sleeker yarn, something that has good drape, would look more like the original photo, like a cotton, hemp, or bamboo, simply soft would be the cheapest option though. It looks really cute on, but as I woke up not too long ago I'll probably post an on picture later. So, here's the pattern, ask if anything needs clarified or fixed!

Divine Hat:
Less than 3oz. of WW yarn
K hook for body
I hook for ribbing
To join each round: join with slip stitch around the first front post double crochet of previous round (or beginning ch 2 of the first round), ch 2, then fpdc down into the same front post double crochet you just did the slip stitch to (again, this will be a ch 2 for the beginning round). This pushes the ch 2 behind the fpdc you just made (ignore the ch 2, it doesnt exist). This isnt necessary, but it looks better than a standard ch2 and makes the join less obvious.

1.   15 dc in ring
2.   Fpdc in every dc (15)
3.   Fpdc in every fpdc, dc in the space between fpdcs (15 fpdc, 15 dc)
4.   Fpdc in every fpdc, dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 dc)
5.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 2 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 2dc)
6.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 2 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 2dc)
7.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 3 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 3dc)
8.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 3 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 3dc)
9.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 3 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 3dc)
10.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 4 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 4dc)
11.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 4 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 4dc)
12.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 4 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 4dc)
13.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 4 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 4dc)
14.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 4 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 4dc)
15.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 4 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 4dc)
16.   Fpdc in every fpdc, 4 dc in every space between fpdc and dc (15 fpdc, 15 4dc)
Switch to I hook
17.   Sc around (75)
18.   Fpdc in one st, bpdc in the next, around (75 sts)
19.   Fpdc in one st, bpdc in the next, around (75 sts)
20.   Fpdc in one st, bpdc in the next, around (75 sts)
21.   Fpdc in one st, bpdc in the next, around (75 sts)

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« Reply #7 on: October 17, 2007 09:41:03 AM »

Wonderful Pattern Rheatheylia (Truly Divine). 

I will definitely make this one (probably in bamboo)!
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« Reply #8 on: October 17, 2007 09:53:00 AM »

Excellent Rheatheylia!!!

Thank you so much!  I was sure it was crocheted and that it was some sort of shell pattern with the front post stitch in between shells, I'm just not good at putting together a pattern myself, like I said on my first post (no creativity WHAT-so-ever!  Roll Eyes ).
I certainly tried but, I ended up with something that looked like a very odd, very puckered doily.
Yours looks wonderful, I have been wanting to do this hat for so long, you have no idea how excited I am!  Thank you again!
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« Reply #9 on: October 17, 2007 05:13:48 PM »

Woohoo! Thanks so much!
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