Thursday, October 14, 2010

Evandale Hat Crochet Pattern

It's been a long time since I've released a new pattern but I've finally done it!  I've had this one and another one on the back burner for a long time but haven't felt up to going out and taking pictures of them.  Today was the day!  I'm really not sure about showing this much of my face though!!
I really wanted to design a hat that would completely guard me from the world on those days where I just wanted to hide... you know that kind of day... the kind of day you want to watch but not be watched!  This hat comes down past the brow-line and allows you to peak out from under it without the world seeing you but still allows you to give that handsome stranger a coy little smile.  You might just say that this hat helps keep the mystery alive!
The Evandale Hat is made by crocheting two strands of yarn to create a stiffer formed shaped hat, similar to the original flapper style hats, therefore, the stitches will be tight to crochet.  Just like the flapper style hats, it is meant to come down past your brow-line, in a loose fitting style.  
Pattern includes 6 pages of easy to follow instructions with 10 step by step pictures to help you along the way.
Yarn: Any Worsted Weight Yarn (#4)  just be sure to check your gauge.
Notions: Crochet hook, darning needle, ribbon or trim of your choice
Stitches used:  Hdc, Dc, Tr and Ch
Skill: As always, designed for any beginner!
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Stacy's Shabby Shoppe said...

This is an adorable hat and so are you! (*_*)

Bella McBride said...

Blush, blush!