Romantic Daisy Cloche Hat

Romantic Daisy Cloche Hat 

The Romantic Daisy Cloche Hat is easy to make, perfect for a gift for a lady who likes something pretty and feminine – it has a vintage feel to it.

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Size: 3-6 years

Skill: Easy – stitches will range from easy to slightly more advanced – you need to pay attention during the shell increase – but I have links to photo tutorials in the pattern if you need help.

What you will crochet: a romantic daisy cloche hat for someone special (age 3-6)

MATERIALS USED

  • 20g DK 100% cotton (MC)
  • 8g DK 100% cotton (CC)
  • 5g DK 100% cotton (fern)
  • 5g DK 100% cotton (natural)
  • 5g DK 100% cotton (yellow)
  • 4mm hook (if you work loosely, use a smaller hook)
  • Sewing needle
  • Scissors
  • Weight – double knit

 You are welcome to make the pattern in any yarn however depending on the yarn and your tension the size of the finished item may vary from mine.

SPECIAL STITCHES

NOTES AND TIPS

  • My pattern uses US terminology
  • I have also included helpful hints along the way, which are in italics
  • Use your stitch marker as often as you can, to help with stitch counting – count your stitches
  • And lastly – have FUN with the pattern

ABBREVIATIONS

  • chain – ch
  • slip stitch – ss
  • single crochet – sc
  • double crochet – dc
  • treble crochet – tr
  • back post single crochet – bpsc
  • 5 double crochet shell – 5 dc shell
  • 7 double crochet shell – 7 dc shell
  • shell increase – shell inc (refer to special stitches)
  • main colour – MC
  • contrast colour – CC
  • space/s – sp/s
  • stitch/s – st/s
  • magic circle – mc (refer to special stitches)
  • needle join – nj (refer to special stitches)

PATTERN

Child 3-6

Approximately 50 cm (19 inch) in circumference

Using the MC and a 4 mm hook, make a mc (if you crochet loosely use a 3.5 mm)

Round 1: ch 1, *sc into mc, make 5dc shell* 4 times, ss into the 1st sc, pull yarn tail firmly to close the mc (4 x 5dc shells, 4 sc)

Helpful hint: to get to the 3rd dc, first make a slip stitch into 1st dc, then into the 2nd dc and then into the 3rd dc – this gets you to the 3rd dc where we start our new round.

Helpful hint: shell Increase (make 3 dc’s into same stitch, chain 1, make 3 dc into same stitch)

Round 2:  ss into 3rd dc, ch 1, sc into same st, make shell inc into next sc, *sc into 3rd dc of next 5dc shell, make shell inc into next sc*, rep *.* 3 times, ss into 1st sc (4 shell increases, 4 sc)

Round 3: ss into 2nd dc, ch 1, sc into same st, *make 5dc shell in ch 1 sp, sc in 2nd dc, make 5 dc shell in next sc, sc in 2nd dc* rep*.* twice, make 5d shell in next sc, ss into 1st sc (8 x 5dc shells, 8sc)

Round 4: ss into 3rd dc, ch I, sc into same st, *make 5dc shell in next sc, sc into next 3rd dc*, rep *.* 7 times, make 5dc shell into next sc, ss into 1st sc (8 x 5dc shells, 8 sc)

Round 5: ss into 3rd dc, ch 1, sc into same st, *make sh inc in next sc, sc in 3rd dc, make 5dc sh in next sc, sc in 3rd dc*, rep *.* twice, make 5dc sh in next sc, ss into 1st sc (4 x 5dc shells, 4 x shell increases, 8 sc)

Round 6: ss into 2nd dc, ch 1, sc into same st, make 5dc sh into ch 1 sp, *sc into 2nd dc, make 5dc sh into next sc, sc into 3rd dc, make 5dc sh into next sc, sc into 3rd dc, make 5dc sh into next sc, sc into 2nd dc, make 5dc sh into ch 1 sp*, rep *.* twice, sc into 2nd dc, make 5dc sh into next sc, sc into 3rd dc, make 5dc sh into next sc, ss into 1st sc (12 x 5d shells, 12sc)

Round 7: ss into 3rd dc, ch 1, sc into same st, *make 5dc sh into next sc, sc into 3rd dc*, rep *.* 10 times, make 5dc sh into next sc, ss into 1st sc (12 x 5dc shells, 12 sc)

Round 8-15: repeat round 7

Helpful hint: you are going to change the colour now for the brim, but please note that the shell is changing slightly, this gives the hat the cloche look.

Round 16: join yarn with a ss in any 3rd dc, ch 1, sc into same st, make 7 dc sh into sc, sc into 3rd dc rep *.* to end (12 x 7dc shells and 12 sc)

Round 17-18: ss into 4th dc, ch 1, sc into same st, make 7 dc sh into next sc, sc into 4th dc (12 x 7dc shells and 12 sc)

Daisy & Leaf Motif

I used a 4 mm hook to make the daisy and leaf motif

Petals

Using yellow yarn, make a mc

Round 1: ch 1, work 10 sc into mc, ss to 1st sc (10 sc)

Round 2: ch1, sc into same st, ch 2, sk next st, *sc into next st, ch 2, sk next st* rep *.* 3 times, ch 2, sk next st, ss into 1st sc (5 ch 2 spaces, 5 sc) cut yarn, weave in ends

Helpful hint: change to natural yarn for petals.

Round 3: join in any ch 2 sp with sc, then (hdc, dc, 2 tr, dc, hdc, ss) into same ch 2 sp, ch 1 (over sc from 1st round), then (ss, hdc, dc, 2 tr, dc, hdc, ss) into next ch 2 sp, ch 1, rep *.* into each ch 2 sp, ss into 1st sc (5 petals)

Helpful hint: turn work and work from the back.

Round 4: ch 1 *bpsc around post of sc from rnd 2, ch 3* rep *.* 4 times, ss into 1st bpsc to make last ch 3 sp (5 ch 3 sps)

Helpful hint: turn work and work from the front again.

Round 5: ch 1, then *(ss, hdc, dc, 3 tr, dc, hdc, ss) into ch 3 sp, ch 1* rep *.* 4 times, ss into 1st ch 1 (5 petals)

Helpful hint: turn work and work from the back

Round 6: ch 1 *bpsc around post of sc from rnd 4, ch 4* rep *.* 4 times, ss into 1st bpsc to make last ch 4 sp (5 ch 4 sps)

Helpful hint: turn work and work from the front again.

Round 7: ch 1, then *(ss, hdc, dc, 4 tr, dc, hdc, ss) into ch 4 sp, ch 1* rep *.* 4 times, ss into 1st ch 1 (5 petals), cut yarn, leaving long tail to stitch daisy to the hat

Center Bobble

Using yellow yarn make a mc

Round 1: ch 1, make 7 dc’s into mc, ss to 1st dc (7 dc)

Round 2: ch 1, make sc into same st, sc into next 6 sts, ss into 1st sc (7 sc) cut long tail, stitch bobble to small centre round, weave in ends

Helpful hint: I leave the centre tail and “stuff” it into the bobble to give the bobble some fullness – if that makes sense.

Leaf

Using green yarn, ch 9

Round 1: sc in the 2nd ch, hdc into next ch, dc into next 4 chs, hdc into next ch, sc in last ch, ch 2

Helpful hint: you are not turning your work, you are going to work into the chains on the other side of these stitches.

Round 2: sc into 1st ch, hdc into next ch, dc into next 4 chs, sc into next ch, ss into first sc, cut yarn, leaving a long tail to stitch leaf to the hat

Fold the bottom edge of the hat up by two rows, stitch the daisy to the hat, add the leaf.

 

 

If you would like to purchase the ad free, inexpensive PDF pattern, which includes step by step instructions, high quality photos, links to video and photo tutorials as well as a full tutorial pattern all 6 sizes (0-6 months, 6-12 months, 3-6 years, 7-10 years, young adult and adult) for $3.50

 

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