Lilac & Lace Vintage Hat - Crochet Pattern + Giveaway


A few weeks ago I found the most beautiful cotton yarn (in my ever growing yarn stash), and decided to embrace this particular yarn and create a delicate hat that complimented not only the colour of the yarn, but also the cotton texture!
I felt that the perfect project would be something dainty, feminine and have a touch of vintage charm about it. 

If you love crocheting light weight projects and want to try your hand at creating this hat, you're in luck, as I've just added it to my Etsy Shop

However, if this hat is not exactly to your taste, I have a few other patterns featuring light weight yarn such as my Rose Swirl Headband, Pearly Rose Hat or even my 1920's Lace Headband!

You can find the Lilac & Lace Vintage Hat pattern HERE!

What You'll Need
5.00mm (H) Crochet Hook
160yds Worsted Yarn (10ply) - Drops Paris (In the colour "Powder Pink“)
Tapestry Needle

Size Available 
Fits 13 Years & Up
Hat Circumference - 22" (56cm)
Hat Height - 8” (20cm)

Stitches & Abbreviations
st(s) – stitch(es)
ch – chain stitch
sl st - slip stitch
2dccl - 2 double crochet cluster



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 country restrictions, ANYONE can enter. 
Good luck everyone, the giveaway closes Tuesday January 26th at 12:00am AEST.




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28 comments:

  1. The favorite vintage item I have crocheted was a pair of leg warmers for my sister! They were so cute-a little lacy, a little ruffly, and had vintage inspired silver buttons all down each side :)

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  2. I love your patterns and someday I hope to be as creative and as beautiful an artist as you.

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  3. My favourite vintage item I have made is a tea cosy. I made it for a friend who wore it as a beanie and used the side holes for her pony tails.

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  4. I myself have yet to make a vintage pattern. I am new at crocheting and am trying to learn all I can about it.

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  5. Too cute:) I love your patterns

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  6. I made this GORGEOUS cloche hat from one of your patterns. It's still one of my favorite hats to date.

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  7. Beautiful pattern, I can't wait to make this for 2 special ladies! Your patterns are usually the first I go to when making gifts!

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  8. I must have a tiny head compared to yours because every hat pattern of yours I make the hat is huge on me! I need to take out 4-5 rows so they fit me...so weird! :)

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  9. This absolutely beautiful, Olivia! I love the little rose.

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  10. I don't know if doilies count but I believe that's the only 'vintage' like design I've crocheted. I made it for my Nanny who at the time was in the hospital. To help me feel closer to her until I could make it out there (she was in Arizona and me in Pennsylvania) I decided to make one of her favorites, doilies. She loved working with crochet thread over yarn. She unfortunately passed before I finished. But I was able to get out there and deliver it to my Pop-pop who loved it and added it to the many the decorate their home that the women in my family have made. I plan on making myself a matching one for my home

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  11. I love this hat pattern and love your designs!!!

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  12. I have made some vintage-inspired bun covers... I don't know if that counts, but I have also made some cloche hats.

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  13. Love your hat patterns!

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  14. Lol, I haven't made anything vintage yet. Time to start!

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  15. I made a hairpin lace shawl.

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  16. That looks exactly like the Lilac Vintage Flowered Cloche Hat I just made using Classy Crochet's double double crochet cluster pattern! It's modeled after an Anthropologie Hat. I posted it in the Elk Studio Crocheter's group as well as on my Ravelry page: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/BlondeBlogger/classy-crochet-vintage-flowered-cloche Did you base yours off of her pattern?

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  17. This is really cute....I am hoping to be able to make some of your hats for my niece!.

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  18. I am going to make one of these hats. I think my granddaughter will love it.

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  19. Love your patterns. You are so talented. This hat looks amazing!

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  20. I love reading your blogs and your patterns, would be so delighted to win one please :0) and thanks for the chance ;0) x

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  21. I love reading your blogs and your patterns, would be so delighted to win one please :0) and thanks for the chance :0) x

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  22. My favorite vintage items are your hats; of wich, I have made at least two! LOVE THEM !

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  23. I have just discovered your blog Olivia and am so thrilled with the all of the great tutorials you have shared. Thank you so much!

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  24. I love cloche hats of any kind and have made many of them. Love embellishing them with pearls or a flower.

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  25. Hi, I'm wondering why you've been doing you're youtube vids in US terms. It's had to find Aussie crocheters

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    1. Hello!
      I learned to crochet using US terms, and since 80% of my readers live in the US, I just stuck with it :)

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