The Ginny Cap

from Naturally Nora Crochet

The Ginny Cap Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls

Item:

Hat

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Easy (SC, HDC, 2 SC tog, picot-instructions for picot are included in the pattern) Also includes photos for working and assembling the flower.

Pattern Description:

This listing is for a crochet pattern for The Ginny Cap, part of The Naturally Nora Savannah Collection.

The Ginny Cap is an adorable fitted hat, featuring a textured stitch pattern and a cute, cloch style brim. The standout on this cap is the oversized magnolia flower that adorns the side. My daughter loves this cap!

All patterns written in standard US terms.

Sizes (all included in pattern):

Toddler: 18-19" circumference
Child: 20-21" circumference
Adult: 22-23" circumference
Yarn:
Any worsted weight yarn in 3 colors-yarn suggestions included in the pattern.

Skill level:
Easy (SC, HDC, 2 SC tog, picot-instructions for picot are included in the pattern)
Also includes photos for working and assembling the flower.

All pictures, designs, and patterns are copyright Naturally Nora Crochet (c) .
Please do not copy, share, adjust, or resell my pattern or photographs using any means.

Gauge:

4 SC, 3 rows= 1"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • -Toddler: 18-19" circumference -Child: 20-21" circumference -Adult: 22-23" circumference

Materials:

  • -Worsted weight yarn: oHat Color: 150-250 yds oFlower Petals: 15-20 yds. oFlower Center: 5-7 yds. -I used oMartha Stewart Crafts Extra Soft Wool Blend in Bakery Box oKnit Picks Simply Cotton in Dogwood oKnit Picks Dishie in Crme Brulee -Crochet hook size 4.0 mm -Tapestry needle

Suggested yarn:

200 yards of Worsted weight

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I'm Nicole. Mine are the creative hands behind Naturally Nora Crochet. Come visit the Naturally Nora Crochet blog: http://www.naturallynoracrochet.blogspot.com/
My designs reflect my penchant for earthy, vintage styling. Every piece is cultivated and refined with a child I love in mind, particularly my own daughters. My little natural beauties are always refreshing my imagination.

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