Downton Abbey Inspired Cloche Hat Crochet Pattern


Recently I've discovered a love for creating cloche hats, and I'm happy to say that my you all share that love too!
I actually designed this vintage hat below with Downton Abbey in mind, making it the perfect accessory for any flapper to wear while watching the dramatically beautiful series.
So to share my excitement with the world, I've decided to give away 10 free patterns of this cloche hat from my Etsy shop.

You can find the pattern HERE

What You'll Need
6.00mm (J) Crochet Hook
115yds Chunky Yarn (12ply) - Wendy Merino Chunky
Tapestry Needle

Finished Size 
Hat Circumference 22” (56cm)
Hat Height 9.5” (24cm)



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!
{If you are reading this in your email, please click over to enter.}

There are no age or country restrictions, ANYONE can enter. 
Good luck everyone, the giveaway closes Tuesday September 16th at 12:00am AEST.



29 comments:

  1. I love the fashion and dancing from the 1920's!

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  2. I am so so happy to receive your newsletter since few months, as a crochet beginner I am dreaming a lot thanks to you ;)
    I would love to win this Downtown Abbey Hat pattern, it is so cute, I would love it in black with a pink bow.
    Thanks a lot for sharing all of this lovely crocheted things.
    Edith (peacadilly@yahoo.fr)

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  3. This is my favorite hat to make so far and probably for a long time! Thank you for sharing!

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  4. Now I don't know which to make...this one of the 20 cloche...maybe both!

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  5. Lovely hat! Great giveaway! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. I like the music and the fashion of the 1920's.

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  6. Love the fashion from the 20's!

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  7. The fashion! I still love to wear modern interpretations of the the 1920s fashion and originals (when I can find them).

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  8. pretty! love all the pretty designs!

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  9. That you could wear hats and nobody would stare!

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  10. I always love everything about the 1920's the fashion, jazz music. 1920's arura seamed fun to live back in those days

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  11. I like Art Deco buildings art style. The clothes are so pretty and the dance is fun.

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  12. Nice!! Couple years ago I searched high & low for a cloche pattern. I was only able to find one that I liked & it was a vintage pattern had to figure out since they were written differently back then. Unfortunately, it was not exactly what we wanted so we are so glad you are doing this give away. Thanks so much!!! And.... we love your blog.

    Have a great evening.

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  13. I love the fashion from the 20's, especially the hats :)

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  14. I love your cloche hats. my favorite styles. they are fashionable amazing.

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  15. Love this hat! Would be adorable pattern for the charity hats I make.

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  17. Thanks so much! Love your patterns and what I like most about the 20's is the fashion!

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  18. Thanks for the chance. I love your hats. Love the hats that were worn in the 20's.

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  19. Simple and sweet just like the 20's

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  20. You have so many lovely hat patterns! You've definitely awakened the flapper in me:)

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  21. It's a beautiful design, thankyou so much for the opportunity to win the pattern!

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  22. The first talking picture, "The Jazz Singer" was released and Mickey Mouse made his big screen debut in Steamboat Willie

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  23. I have always loved fashion that was not from this time period. I love the Fifties as well as the Twenties, especially after reading "The Great Gatsby" for an English class. It's fun to see the Flapper style fashion depicted in the movie with Robin Redford in it....I've never watched Downton Abbey, but the styles in it are nice too!

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  25. Good day Olivia, and thank you so much for sharing your knowledge about this beautiful art. As a begginer, i am so happy to follow you. Regards from Chile, Southamerica 😀💜. I couldn't buy the pattern,but i really to say THANK YOU. Jesica 💞

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