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KNITTED Patterns for 1920's/30's Cloche Hats?
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Feb 13, 2012 21:48:30   #

There are the most gorgeous crochet patterns in this area and i've found quite a small number of lovely knitted patterns.
Is there any way crochet Cloche hat patterns can be converted to Knitting? (I fear not:() But, oh I would love some more patterns. I've been to Patternfish; Ravelry; Knitting Patterns Central; Etsy. I just love knitting hats as they make beautiful gifts and are (usually) quick to complete.
Any constructive assistance appreciated. Thank you.
Feb 13, 2012 22:01:49   #
Cindy M
There is a knitting pattern for one or two cloche hats in the book One Skein Wonders.
Feb 14, 2012 01:03:12   #
jmcret05 (a regular here)
You can probably find something here, or search for "vintage knitted cloche hats"
Feb 14, 2012 05:43:55   #
Wow, jmcret05! You hit the motherload!
Feb 14, 2012 09:55:52   #
purl2diva (a regular here)
Thank you for all the links. I just saw The Artist and loved all the hats in that movie.
Feb 14, 2012 09:58:45   #
StellasKnits (a regular here)
Will any of these work?
Feb 14, 2012 15:57:18   #
Interweave Press has several knitting books with interesting. Boutique Knits has a couple cloche patterns. I made the Side Slip Cloche which has interesting detail.I also made the Sideways Grande Hat. Have fun!
Feb 14, 2012 16:49:20   #
Annie's Attic has several pretty cloche patterns..
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