Crochet Hat Vintage Inspired

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Crochet Hat Vintage Inspired Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Some Handsewing
  • ch
  • dc
  • slp st
  • hdc

Pattern Description:

This Crochet Hat is beautiful and the Crochet Pattern is easy! This Toque features a purple peony with ostrich and peacock feather embellishments. You or that special loved one will look stunning in this crocheted hat. Change the Flower and Feathers, or just leave the feathers off, and you have a different look.

This hat is perfect if you are needing the pop of color and fashion, but was designed to sit loosely on your head so that it won't crush your hair. It includes an easy tutorial for an heirloom application of the feather and flower.

I love high fashion, and want to share with you how easy it is to make this for yourself. Once you get hooked on this style, you won't want to quit making them!

Please do not redistribute, resell, or recopy, this pattern without the express written permission of this designer, KrissysWonders. As this is in accordance with copyright laws. You have my permission to sell the finished product at craft shows, and such, but no mass production. You are responsible for the finished product


Gauge: 4clusters 2above and 2 below=2 1/2" h x 2" w

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Preemie through Adult sizes


  • Debra Norville's Serenity Chunky Weight Yarn was used in hat pictured
  • Crochet Hook, K-10 1/2/6.5mm

You Will Also Need:

  • Silk Flower of Choice
  • Ostrich Feather Plume, and Peacock Eye
  • Sewing Needle and Thread
  • Oval Piece of felt

About Designer

About Designer

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by Kris Moore
Charleston West Virginia
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I am a happy mother of 5 children, who refused to buy the ordinary, when I knew I could make the extraordinary. I started my journey in creating, when my grandmother taught me to crochet as a little girl. Then when I became pregnant with my third child I started sewing, and I have been making and creating ever since. Be sure to join me on Facebook at and ...

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