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Topic: Flapperish or 1930's Cloche Hat with Flower - - Pattern Too!  (Read 97714 times)
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« Reply #50 on: September 27, 2004 03:55:30 PM »

Woah all these hats are making me jealous!  My grandmother is still in the never ending process of teaching me to knit and crochet.  I can't wait to graduate to this!  Beppy cat and everyone you did an awesome job and I can't wait to see more!

<3 Shannon
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« Reply #51 on: September 28, 2004 12:29:45 PM »

I made one and I got this Big Bessie Smith lookin kind of thing with a point on one side. I bagged the flower in the varigated yarn

 not the best pix, but I was flying solo.
 I was looking for something  rounder, I have no idea how I got the point, but I like it!
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« Reply #52 on: September 28, 2004 01:06:15 PM »

That is awesome!  I wish you could remember what you did to make it, I'd like to do one like that too!
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« Reply #53 on: September 28, 2004 01:20:18 PM »

beppycat,
 Here is the title from the pattern I used. The author asked not to distribute, but to redirect to her website, whick I didnt save on my cut & paste frenzy. perhaps you can google search her name.

1930s Inspired Crocheted Cloche with Flower
Bethany James
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« Reply #54 on: September 28, 2004 01:23:54 PM »

lol
that's so funny becaus it's MY pattern.  That's my site, it's the same pattern that I posted here in this thread.  I guess I'm not sure what you did to it to get the pointy bit, but it sure looks totally chic and awesome.
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« Reply #55 on: September 28, 2004 03:10:27 PM »

I guess this is what happens when I don’t check craftster on a regular basis….sigh…so I’ll ad my post onto this topic even though I used a different pattern, but the hats look somewhat alike!  Cheesy I was inspired by a crocheted hat I saw in “Lucky” magazine ($97?!?! I don’t think so!) and created the this hat instead.

The hat pattern itself is from the Groovy Crochet (web archive) site. I used Lion Brand wool ease. It took less than one skein.

The flower I created myself using Paton’s Divine. It is more pink than the picture shows.


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« Reply #56 on: September 28, 2004 04:02:45 PM »

That flower is super cool!  How'd you make it?  If you don't mind sharing that is.
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« Reply #57 on: September 28, 2004 04:14:38 PM »

lol
that's so funny becaus it's MY pattern.  That's my site, it's the same pattern that I posted here in this thread.  I guess I'm not sure what you did to it to get the pointy bit, but it sure looks totally chic and awesome.

that is too funny!!!!!!! DH siad I looked like his grandmother in the 20's, except she was thin & white........
 I wonder if I can replecate the point thing......?
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« Reply #58 on: September 28, 2004 05:42:30 PM »

Now I'm desperately trying to figure out jst what pattern I used!!!
 I never thought of this as a hazard of sloppy book keeping
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« Reply #59 on: September 28, 2004 08:34:33 PM »

Thanks Bepp! I love the kitty hat! I’ve been looking for one for a while but all I could find is knit versions…..

I kind of made up the flower pattern as I went along…..the yarn and hooks make the flowers appear a lot larger…..
For the large flower I used a size P hook
For the smaller flower I used a size K hook
Use a chunky/furry yarn. I used Paton’s Divine.

Here goes… Undecided

With a size P hook, leaving a tail of at least 6 inches, ch 5, join with a slip stitch in the first chain to form a ring
-(sc in ring, chain 3) 8 times. Join with a sl st to the first sc
-(sc, ch 1, 3 dc, ch 1, sc) in each 3 space around, join.
Fasten off. Leave an tail end of at least 6 inches.

With a size K hook, leaving a tail of at least 6 inches, ch 5, join with a slip stitch in the first chain to form a ring
-(sc in ring, chain 3) 6 times. Join with a sl st to the first sc
-(sc, ch 1, 3 dc, ch 1, sc) in each 3 space around, join.
Fasten off. Leave an tail end of at least 6 inches.

I hope that makes sense!

Place the smaller flower on top of the larger one so the middle holes line up. Pull the ends of the smaller flower through the larger flower and knot the two together. Attach to the hat by either sewing or weaving the ends of the tail where they will not be noticed. I wove the ends in at several points so the flowers would balance well.

The hat pattern can be found at [/http://web.archive.org/web/20010817025136/www.cei.net/~vchisam/groovy/05-202cap.html and is pictured with an open-weave poncho.
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