Tuesday, 15 September 2009

Daisy Cloche Hat Pattern

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Materials: 50g of DK yarn, scraps of white & yellow DC yarn for the daisy.

4.5mm hook or US 7, darning needle.

Stitches used:

UK – Single crochet, double single crochet (inc.), sc 2tog – sc 2 together (dec.)

Notes

Pattern - Cloche

ch 3, join with sl st to form a circle.

Row 1 – ch 1(counts as first sc), sc into the ring x 9, sl st

Row 2 – ch 1, dbsc into each st, sl st (19sts)

Row 3 – ch 1, dbsc into each st, sl st (39sts)

Row 4 – ch1, *x1 sc, x1 dbsc,* rep to end

Row 5 – ch 1, dbsc into each st, sl st (79sts)

Row 6 to 9 – ch 1, sc into each stitch, sl st (79sts)

Row 10 – Ch 1, *sc x 7, sc 2tog,* rep to end, sl st

Row 11 – rep row 10

Row 12 – ch 1, *sc x 6, sc 2tog,* rep to end, sl st

Row 13 & 14 – ch, sc to end, sl st

Row 15 – ch 1, *sc x5, sc 2tog* rep to end, sl st

Row 16 to 28 – ch 1, sc into each st

Row 29 – ch 1 - *sc x 3, dbsc x 1,* rep to end, sl st

Row 30 – ch1, sc to end, sl st

Row 31 – ch 1, *sc x 3, dbsc x1,* rep to end sl st

Row 32 - ch1, sc to end, sl st

Row 33 - ch 1, *sc x 3, dbsc x1,* rep to end sl st

Row 24 - ch1, sc to end, sl st, break off yarn leaving enough of a tail to darn in.

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Pattern Daisy

Using yellow ch 3, join with sl st to form circle

Row 1 – ch1, sc x9, sl st

Row 2 – ch 1, dbsc into each st, sl st

Row 3- Join white yarn and bind off the yellow, join with x 1 sc, *ch 16 and sc into next st* rep to end and you have formed 12 petals.

Bind off and sew in all ends. Decide where you wish to position your daisy and attached with appropriate yarn.

Find my Handmade Silver Crochet or Knitting Stitch Markers here
Crochet http://goodtimesithinkso.blogspot.com/2009/09/crochet-stitch-markers.html Knitting http://goodtimesithinkso.blogspot.com/2009/09/knitting-stitch-markers.html

3 comments:

Chris1943 UK said...

Very nice indeed

The Sunroom said...

Why thank you Chris :-)

Anonymous said...

What do the x's mean?