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Waiting on the Train Vintage Crochet Hat

from KrissysWonders
(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Waiting on the Train Vintage Crochet Hat
Waiting on the Train Vintage Crochet Hat
Waiting on the Train Vintage Crochet Hat
Waiting on the Train Vintage Crochet Hat
Waiting on the Train Vintage Crochet Hat
Waiting on the Train Vintage Crochet Hat

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Crochet
  • sc
  • dc
  • ch
  • slp st
  • hdc
  • some handsewing

Pattern Description:

This Crochet Pattern is easy, and the hat is Stunning. The pattern 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! They are excellant sellers at craft shows too! 1 1/2 skeins of a chunky yarn such as Debra Norville's Serenity or most chunky yarn is recommended, or hold two strands of light or sport weight yarn. This pattern is easy, and quick to make. Copyright Statement 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:

"K hook"3rows 7 hdc = 3"x 2" "J hook" 3 rows 7hdc= 2 1/1"x 1 1/2

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Preemie through adult sizes

Materials:

  • Any bulky weight yarn, I recommend Debra Norville's Serenity color is Chocolate.

You Will Also Need:

  • Large silk flower
  • 1/2 yard of 3" wide cream colored lace
  • Burgundy Ostrich Plume
  • Peacock eye
  • two rooster tail feathers
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$5.99

Beginner
Crocheting
Accessory
Women, Girls, Infant/Baby
Hat
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About the designer

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 ...

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