Ladybug Crochet Pattern (EAP) | Cap, Hat & Flower Pin Sizes Child (Youth, Adult)
|July 6, 2016||Filled under EAP Pattern, Patterns|
I am so excited to letting you know that Ladybug Cap, Snow in Summer Hat and Marguerite Flower Pin pattern just released!
PLEASE NOTE: This pattern is released under EAP initiative (Early Access Program, see details here)
Sport weight (#2 Fine).
Shown: Cascade Yarns Ultra Pima Fine (100% cotton; 136.5 yd [125 m]/1.75 oz [50 g]): 1 (1, 2) hank(s) of #3713 Wine (MC) and 1 hank each of #3754 True Black (CC1) and #3728 White (CC2).
Option 2: Patons Grace (100% cotton; 136 yd [124 m]/1.75 oz [50 g]): 1 (1, 2) skein(s) of #2705 Cardinal (MC) and 1 skein each of #2040 Night (CC1) and #2005 Show (CC2).
Snow in Summer Hat:
Sport weight (#2 Fine).
Shown: Omega Fantasia (100% cotton; 123 yd [113 m]/1.76 oz [50 g]): 1 (1, 2) ball(s) of #190 light turquoise (MC) and 1 hank each of #100 white (CC1) and #200 turquoise (CC2).
Thread weight (#0 Lace).
DMC Cotton Perle 5 (100% cotton; 27 yd [25 m]/5 g): 1 skein of #648 white (MC).
DMC Six Strand Embroidery Floss (100% cotton; 8.7 yd [8 m]): 2 skeins of #704 green (CC1) and 1 skein of #743 yellow (CC2).
Size C/2 (2.75 mm); steel hook size 7 (1.65 mm)
• 2 size 3/8″ (10 mm) eyes buttons (shown: Easy-Sew Eyes by Darice)
• 29 (32, 37)” (74 [81, 94] cm) 1.35 polyester wire brimlock or nylon hat wire
• 1 joiner for brimlock (optional).
• 12″ (31 cm) of 3/8″ (9 mm) wide orange satin ribbon.
• 1 size 2″ (50 mm) snap hair clip or 1″ (25 mm) back safety catch bar
• 1 size 3/8″ (9 mm) ladybug button (shown: handpainted ladybug buttons by JHB)
• Sewing needle and coordinating thread
• Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
Hats: 17.5 (20, 22)” (45 [51, 56] cm) circumference.
Flower Pin: 4″ (10 cm) wide x 4” (10 cm) tall.
Hats: 20 dc x 10 rows = 4” (10 cm)
Flower Pin: Flower Motif = 3.25″ (8 cm) in diameter.
* This eBook involves crochet skills only.
28 pages, 5 photos, 10 crochet stitch diagrams, 2 schematics, 4 tutorials, technical pages: Glossary, Conversion charts charts, Yarn Substitution Chart.
COPYRIGHT: All graphics, template and photos are copyrighted. All rights reserved. Please be respectful of the designer’s rights to this pattern.
No portion of this work may be photocopied or reproduced by any means without written authorization from Alla Koval Designs.
Unauthorized distribution or duplication is a violation of applicable laws. You are more than welcome to sell items made from AllaKovalDesigns™ patterns. Credit to the designer is greatly appreciated (example: pattern is designed bywww.AllaKovalDesigns.com) but not required.
PLEASE NOTE: This eBook is released under EAP initiative (Early Access Program, see for details here)
This EAP version of Strawberry Delight pattern includes:
- 10 crochet diagrams (final version) and 4 tutorials
- photos (final version)
- written instructions – not tech edited yet.
Still need to do for official release :
- tech editing
This EAP pattern is available at my Patterns Shop, Etsy and Ravelry until official release; then patterns will be added to another pattern stores.
Regular price of eBook: $6.50
EAP version price: $5.53
How cute! I love the top the (very cute) little model is wearing. Is there a pattern for that as well?
Thank you so much Denise! Unfortunately, the pattern for the red tunic is not available yet.
Oh my! I was looking at that as well. That’s a darling little top. I hope when released it will be in a wide variety of sizes….or easily enough adapted!
I can see that for several granddaughter, daughter, etc. (maybe even for ME!)
Really like that top – but the little LadyBug hat is also darling. I’m bookmarking so I can try to purchase when next month check comes in. Living on retirement income – makes it a bit harder to buy thing I want – and figure out what ‘needs’ can be put off so I can buy a “want it” instead…LOL
But truly want to make LadyBug cap for granddaughter! I can almost see it on her right now!
Thank you so much MaryJane!!
So very pretty! Love the red top the model is wearing – will you be releasing a pattern for that, please?
Thank you so much Marie for your kind of words and interesting in that tunic pattern. I’ll do my best to release it in near feature for sure.
Beautifull! Congrats x)
Beautiful, as always :)