Thursday, March 29, 2012

1940s Free Crochet Hat Pattern

Hat Pattern No. 1844

NOTE:   For this ADORABLE hat i simply used my favorite color of Red Heart yarn (that i got from Walmart) in place of blue yarn and a size 'I' Boye aluminum crochet hook.  This worked well for my head shape and gauge.  If you dont have or cant find a bone hook then work with different hooks and yarn until you get the size you want.

Pattern taken from Free Vintage Crochet Patterns (a website that i love!)


MATERIALS:
J. & P. COATS KNIT-CRO-SHEEN, 2 balls of Blue Jewel.
J. & P. COATS or CLARK'S O.N.T. PEARL COT­TON, size 5, 1 ball of Spanish Red. Bone Crochet Hook No. 6.
Divide each color into 4 equal parts and use 4 threads throughout.
With Blue ch 21. 1st rnd: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each ch across, 2 sc in last ch; then, working along opposite side of starting chain, make sc in each ch across. 2nd rnd: (3 sc in next sc, sc in next 19 sc) twice. 3rd, 4th and 5th rnds: (Sc in each sc to center st of 3-sc group, make 3 sc in center sc) twice; sc in each remaining sc. 6th rnd: Sc in each sc to center st of 3-sc group, make 3 sc in center sc, work sc in each sc across decreasing 4 sts in center of piece (center back)—to dec 1 sc, work off 2 sc as 1 sc. Work 3 sc in center st of next 3-sc group, work sc in each sc across, increas­ing 4 sc in center of piece (center front)—to inc, work 2 sc in 1 sc. 7th and 8th rnds: Repeat 3rd rnd. Repeat last 3 rnds (6th, 7th and 8th) once more. Sl st in next sc. Break off.
RUFFLE ... 1st row: With right side facing, attach Blue in the 2nd sc to the right of one end, ch 4, * dc in next sc, ch 1. Repeat from * across to corresponding sc on other end. Ch 4, turn. 2nd row: * Dc in next dc, ch 1. Repeat from * across ending with ch 1, dc in 3rd st of starting chain. Ch 1, turn. 3rd row: Sc in 1st dc, * ch 3, sc in next dc. Repeat from * across ending with ch 3, sc in 3rd st of turning chain. Break off. 4th row: Attach Red in base of 1st sc of 3rd row, ch 1, sc in same place, * 3 sc over next ch-3, sc in base of next sc. Repeat from * across. Break off. Turn edges of Ruffle back and sew to edge of hat.

1 comment:

Sean MacKenzie said...

I love that site!! And this is relly a cute hat. I might have to try it soon. On my blog I was able to re-post a 20's beret freebie pattern I found on Wearing History's blog.

PS, I also use a lot of redheart yarn.