LoisLeigh?s Story Time Mad Hatter Bookma

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LoisLeigh?s Story Time Mad Hatter Bookma Pattern


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Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • The crochet stitches include, sc, hdc, dc, tr and sl st and front loop and back loop work.

Pattern Description:

I made this reading character bookmark for anyone who enjoys the Mad Hatter's flair.

The pattern includes description of abbreviations and complete instructions.

This is a fun bookmark for the experienced crocheter to make.

It uses small amounts of crochet thread and any colors can be used so it is a great project to use up small amounts of crochet thread (28 yards being the most that is needed).

This is a larger size hook than usually used with thread crochet and makes working with thread crochet easier for those who are not comfortable with thread.

Contact information is on pattern if you have any problems, feedback or just want to show me how beautiful it looks.


8 hdc = 1 inch (2.5cm),
5 hdc rows = 1 inch (2.5cm)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 3 inches (7.5cm) wide by 9 inches (23cm) long


  • bedspread weight cotton thread (size 10)
  • 10 yards peach (or choice of skin color)
  • 10 yards dusty rose (or choice of shirt, hat sash & teapot accent color)
  • 14 yards burgundy (or choice of jacket color)
  • 28 yards spruce green (or choice of pants & hat color)
  • 5 yards cream (or choice of "Unbirthday Party" teapot and collar)
  • 4 yards black (or choice of shoe & eye color)
  • Small amount red (or choice of mouth color) could also use embroidery floss
  • 1 skein burgundy red (or choice of hair color) embroidery floss
  • Boye Steel Crochet hook size 1 (2.25mm) or Aluminum Hook size B

You Will Also Need:

  • Small amount of polyester fiberfill.
  • Small amount of cream felt, card stock or paper for hat tag
  • Tapestry needle
  • Washable fabric glue.

About Designer

About Designer

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My mother taught me to make a chain stitch when I was in elementary school. I was hooked. Now, I enjoy making knit and crochet patterns that I love for others to learn these wonderful arts.

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