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"Flapper" Crochet Hat and Fluffy Flower


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"Flapper" is a simple to make crocheted cloche hat from baby size to adult. It reminds me of the 20's era of cloche hats. This hat has a solid construction suitable for fall or winter wear. The last brim rows of the hat are called ribbed rows. They can be either one solid brim as the rainbow colored sample, 2 rows like the teen red hat, 3 rows like the baby pink hat or even with a scalloped edge like the pink hat. A cloche hat is a fitted, bell shaped hat that was popular during the 1920s. Cloche is the French word for bell. Often, different styles of ribbons affixed to the hats indicated different messages about the wearer. I have included instructions for making a detachable fluffy flower and leaves. You can make this flower with less rounds and add it to a hair band or make a hair bow or lapel pin. I made my samples out of cotton, wool blend or acrylic yarns but most any sport weight yarn is suitable. You will only need to know basic crochet skills to accomplish construction of this hat. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, back post half double crochet GAUGE Size is determined by measurements and not by crochet gauge, making it easy to accomplish a perfect fit. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Baby to adult

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