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Saturday, March 29, 2008

Crocheted Chapeau for Baby

This pattern comes from the early 1940's: Woolies for Babies ( it has been brought up to date with changes by me in red)

  • Chadwick's red heart baby wool, 1 ball (3/4 oz) (ie.. baby yarn wool) fingering weight yarn
  • steel crochet hook, no 2/0 (double zero) steel hook
  • 1 1/2 yards ribbon, 3/4 inch wide organza or double sided satin
  • 2 ribbon rosettes (these you make yourself) you can buy store made flowers or make your own easy to do on a flower loom
GAUGE: (pattern stitch) 3 shells make 2 inches

This pattern has been moved to Ravelry for free in pdf form.

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  1. Hi, I found your pattern on Ravelry, but unfortunately it doesn't download correctly... or readable that is. I love the little cap though, and would really like to make it. Is there another place I can get this pattern?

  2. sometimes downloading onto a different computer works if you have a mac try a windows if you have windows try mac I have been told by several people different computer load it when their other computers would not.


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