Garden Party Crocheted Hat & Flowers Pins. Pattern Update
|July 28, 2011||Filled under Update|
This so sweet and feminine Hat and Flower Pins is just perfect for a lady of any age and can be made in any color. One size fits ALL! The direction for Hat is given for one size and the difference for Infant/Child/Adult sizes is the different yarn used (Light/DK 3/Medium 4). Just have a fun creating a look you will love!! A great addition for spring/summer wardrobe. This hat is fun to make and fabulous to wear!
I was asked by Annie’s Attic include the hat in the PDF along with the Flowers Pins. So now, the eBook includes not only directions for Poppy, Daisy and Dandelion Flower Pins, but and for crocheted Hat too.
Anyway, updated free Hat pattern is still available HERE and it’s a first my free pattern edited by professional tech editor – not bad at all, isn’t ;o) Please make sure to update your version.
Skill level: easy
Yarn for hats: for size Small: Shachenmayr Catania (100% Cotton/50 g/136 yds) # 0146 or any other light weight cotton or blend of similar yardage in yellow – 2 balls; for size Medium: Katia Bamboo (60% bamboo, 40% cotton/50 g (1.75 oz)/109 yds) or Tahki Cotton Classic (100% cotton/50 g/108 yds) or any other DK 3 weight cotton or blend of similar yardage in lime – 2 balls; for size Large: Cascade Cotton Rich (64% cotton, 36% Nylon/50 gr (1.75 oz/ 80 yds) or Red Heart Eco-Cotton or any other worsted Medium 4 weight cotton or blend of similar yardage in white – 2 balls
Yarn for flowers: Omega Perle (100% cotton/50 g (1.75 oz)/178 yd) ##502 & 524; 529 & 530; 601 & 629.
* This pattern involves crochet skills ONLY.
11 pages, 10 pictures, 7 diagrams
This pattern has been edited by professional Tech Editor and tested by me. However, please contact me if you have ANY questions. I will happily provide email support for any of my patterns.
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This pattern is available in my Shop, Etsy, Raverly, DaWanda, Artfire and YCMT
A Wonderful weekend to everyone!!
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I am a bit puzzled? you state that you have included the flower patterns with the ADORABLE Garden Party Hats, however when I check the updated version of your pattern,the flower patterns are NOT included?
Am I reading this memo you attached correctly?
“I was asked by Annie’s Attic include the hat in the PDF along with the Flowers Pins. So now, the eBook includes not only directions for Poppy, Daisy and Dandelion Flower Pins, but and for crocheted Hat too.”
I have made the hat but really would like to have the flower patterns too. Were they omitted in your free pattern?
I have several granddaughters and daughter-in-laws that I am making these hats for Christmas gifts but I would love to add the flowers on them too.
Your reply to my question would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance for your assistance.
The Flower Pins pattern is not for free and available in my Shop, Etsy, Raverly, DaWanda, Artfire and YCMT (please scroll down post to locate them). The only difference that the free hat pattern was edited by professional tech editor and was added to Flower pins pattern by Annie’s Attic request. Free pattern is for hat only.
I have done with white garden party crocheted hat in large size how can i do the small or medium size. Recently i learned to do crochet but i dont know about gauge wht is that & size of the hook Plz let me know about.Thank u for the beautiful pattern.Thanks in advance for reply
Appreciate if you could give me the pattern of the garden hats and also the flowers.
What is the stitch FP – front post double crochet. Please explaing this stitch to me. I am only starting to crochet and are not familiar with this stitch.
Christa, here are some links: https://www.google.com/search?q=FPdc+crochet&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a