1920's Rosebud Cloche Hat Crochet Pattern

Once again my vintage creative juices were flowing, which resulted in this 1920's hat!
When I first started making this hat I struggled finding the perfect colour, until I spotted this lovely soft French-y pink yarn you see below, and instantly knew it was the perfect colour.

So to share my excitement with the world, I've decided to give away 10 free patterns of this rosebud cloche hat from my Etsy shop. 

You can find the pattern HERE




What You'll Need
5.00mm Crochet Hook
150g Worsted Yarn {10ply} - I used Drops Paris, Light Old Pink
Scissors
Tapestry/Wool Needle

Finished Size
Fits 13 Years & Up
Hat Circumference - 22" {56cm}



If you'd like the chance to win 1 of these 10 patterns, all you need to do is follow the prompts  in the rafflecopter widget below and you'll be entered to win!
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There are no country restrictions, ANYONE can enter. 
Good luck everyone, the giveaway closes Friday May 29th at 12:00am AEST.
Good luck!


More Of My Patterns Featured In "I Like Crochet"!




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It is filled with everything you need to make this summer a fashion success, including the Lemon Zest Tote, the Vivid Coral Reef Top and the Sandy Beaches Tank. 

Plus, explore the next shawl in their elemental shawl series with the sturdy yet delicate Earthen Blocks Shawl.


Images courtesy of I Like Crochet
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The camera bag is one of my favourite handbag patterns to date, as I not only adore the colour but also love the texture that the camel single crochet stitch provides! 
I also love seeing an adorable tot modelling the little sunhat I crocheted!

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Here Are Some of My Favourite Patterns From This Issue
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  • Summer Songbird Applique
  • Pretty Spiffy Tuxedo Baby Bib
  • Lemon Zest Tote

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Heather Rose Turban Hat Crochet Pattern

I've always been a massive fan of old tv shows... From "The Flintstones" and "The Jetsons" to "Green Acres" and "I Dream Of Jeannie", I could literally spend hours soaking up their retro-y goodness! 

It's hard to choose a favourite when there were so many amazing shows, but if I had to, I'd have to go with the hilarious "I Dream Of Jeannie"!.. There's just something about having unlimited wishes that seems beyond exciting, since who wouldn't want to wish for more time crocheting? 
If you had 3 wishes, what would you wish for?



What You'll Need
6.00mm Crochet Hook
150g of Worsted {10ply} Yarn - I used Drops Paris - Heather
Scissors
Tapestry/Wool Needle
1 Jewel Button {1.5" x 1.5"}

Finished Size:
Fits 13 Years & Up
Circumference - 21.5"

Gauge
2 rows x 4 stitches in hdc = 1 inch


Taking your 6.00mm crochet hook and worsted yarn, start of by making a Slip Knot, then crochet 150 Chains.
Row 1- Chain 1. Crochet 1 Half Double Crochet into the second chain from your hook. Then crochet 1 Half Double Crochet into the next 149 chains. You should have 150 stitches now.
Row 2- Crochet 1 Slip Stitch into every stitch across.
Row 3- Chain 1, Crochet 1 Camel Half Double Crochet in the same stitch. Crochet 1 Camel Half Double Crochet into the next 149 stitches.
Row 4- Crochet 1 Slip Stitch into every stitch across.
Row 5- Chain 1, Crochet 1 Camel Half Double Crochet in the same stitch. Crochet 1 Camel Half Double Crochet into the next 149 stitches.
Row 6 - 45- Repeat rows 4 - 5. {Note: You can either add or take away a couple sets of rows 4 - 5, depending on your head's circumference.}
Fasten off, and weave in loose ends.


How To Sew Your Hat Together
Once you've completed crocheting the long strip above, you want to place a stitch marker on the center of the strip, right along the top edge. Twist the crocheted strip as seen in the photos below. {Note: The 'X' in the photos mark the center of the strip.}


Once you've created the correct shape, take a tapestry/wool needle, and sew the hat together. {Note: Notice in the photos above, which coloured line connects with which line.}


Hope you all enjoyed this Arabian inspired pattern!
If you did crochet this, please post a photo of your creation onto my Facebook Page.
I'd love to see it!
Have a lovely day crocheting,