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Topic: L.A.M.B Gwen Stefani inspired hat, help with pattern  (Read 67337 times)
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« Reply #60 on: October 19, 2008 06:40:55 AM »

I was staring at the original picture and thought of something: since it appears that the whole thing is one width until it narrows for the crown, wouldn't it be better to start at the bottom and work your way up?  Especially if you're going on the theory of a dread hat?  I think that once I finish my 2 current crochet projects (and maybe my 2 time sensitive sewing ones) I'll give this a shot, see if I can come up with an idea or something of my own.  Cheesy
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« Reply #61 on: October 25, 2008 06:45:44 AM »

It does look Dced then toward the end is about... Scs...

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« Reply #62 on: November 02, 2008 04:41:13 AM »

I don't think the Gwen hat is supposted to be a true "rasta" hat, it is more of a slouch beanie. Right?  Strolling thru the fall fashions, the slouch style  seems to be the thing this year. I saw a clip of a guy on the O.C. (or one of those shows) wearing something similar.
I think some variation of the slouch type hat is the trend, http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban/catalog/category.jsp?popId=WOMENS&navAction=poppushpush&isSortBy=true&navCount=12&pushId=WOMENS_ACCESSORIES&id=W_ACC_COLD

Anywho... this pattern is my very first project and it came out wonderful. Thanks for the idea and tutorial. It came out great.
Also thank you to all of you who takes the time to put up ideas for more modern trendy patterns. I've found that most patterns are a little too vanilla for me. I am drawn to the funkier/strange/punky fashions. Looking at the trendier shopping sites (urban outfitters, AE, abercrombie) is giving me tons of stuff to drool at. Any links to patterns similar to what they carry would be super.
Thanks again.
« Reply #63 on: January 26, 2009 01:32:31 PM »

Alright, I saw the picture of this hat and fell in love!  Here's my rendition...

I'm lovin' this pattern!  This hat is awesome.  I love the tams, but they don't look super great on me, but I'm so into the slouchy hats.  This is perfect for me!  Thanks for the pattern!!
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« Reply #64 on: July 23, 2011 10:47:14 PM »

Helllo Smiley

I know I am very late with this post, but, I loved all of ya'lls hats so much I made my own rendition as well. I followed the pattern, mostly, but instead of doing SC for the band, I did 8 rows of hdc and 2 rows of sc.

I like the way it came out, although I think sc might've been a better choice XD  I was going for chunky for winter with this hat.

Forgive the epic messy background XD

As you can see I did mine in Ravenclaw colors Smiley  and I plan on using the extra wide band to sew a Ravenclaw Crest patch on to it Smiley

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« Reply #65 on: October 11, 2011 03:19:43 AM »

Hey ladies,

I justed finished my version of the hat following the pattern on page 2. I do have a few questions, how did you guys make the hat sag? Mine does not. It's like a normal beanie.

Second question, does anyone have a seam, or is it just me? Would you have any tips about making it seamless?

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« Reply #66 on: December 11, 2011 10:30:33 AM »

I finally made this hat last night, while tossing up between some other designs. It's my third finished crocheted project, & the first I completed in one night!

I did less sc at the end, as I kept trying it on till it was at a length that I thought suited me.

I can't post the pics here, cause this is my first post on the forum, but here are the links for those who are curious:



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