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I love love this Crochet Pattern, and so do many of my customers. Many of my you have purchased my "Waiting on the Train" Crochet Hat Pattern, and have been so pleased with it's ease of construction, and versatility, and the many sizes included.
If you have already purchased the "Waiting on the Train Pattern", you won't be disappointed with the tutorial on how to add the embellishments to the hat. Sewing and applique tutorials alone usually cost 6 to 8 dollars, so this is a bargain. You get a crochet pattern for an extremely versatile hat, and a 6 paged photo tutorial on how to execute adding the sequin trim, and the flowers and vintage jewelry. The design possibilites are endless! This style of hat has been bringing people back to my craft show booth for the past two years, and I have had many boutiques approach me about buying them to put in their shops.
Everyone is falling in love with vintage high fashion, and when this hat came to life, the requests for this pattern came pouring in. Creating this pattern has been a lot of work, and I hope you enjoy the results.
Debra Norvilles Serenity Chunky/ Berry Burst was used in hat pictured.
This pattern is easy, and quick to make. The embellishments may take a little of your time, but it soooooo worth it.
J/10/6.00mm or K/10.5/6.5mm or hook needed to obtain guage.
I have been crocheting since I was a youngster, when my grandmother taught me, and I am on my 32nd year of marriage! So..... too many years of crocheting experience to count.
K hook"3rows 7 hdc = 3"x 2"
"J hook" 3 rows 7hdc= 2 1/1"x 2 1/2
109 yards of Chunky weight
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 https://www.facebook.com/KrissysWonders and ...
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 https://www.facebook.com/KrissysWonders and check out my etsy shop, where I have ready to ship items, and more patterns. https://www.etsy.com/shop/PatternsByKrissy?ref=si_shop