Fantastic Flapper Jewel Hat

Fantastic Flapper Jewel Hat

It may be the 2000s, but my favorite decade in history has got to be the 1920s. When you look at this Fantastic Flapper Jewel Hat you'll be taken back to the fashion that encompassed the lives of the flappers. Remind yourself of the hustle and bustle that was and still is bis city life, and treat yourself to a vintage crochet hat pattern. Add a jewel for a little touch of sparkle that will really make your crochet flapper hat come to life.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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Olivia always comes up with such stylish takes on popular hats from the past. My grandmother was born in 1900, so I have plenty of photos of her fashionable headgear. My hat collection is pretty much winter toques and serious gardening hats, but my youngest sister definitely takes after our grandmothers taste in millinery. Shell love this hat! She can even swap out her favorite brooches to change up the look.

I love her patterns. I made a pair of hoodies from one and they came out beautifully. Now I want to make this. It has a real vintage look to it. I remember seeing pictures of my mom wearing hats like this back years ago. I just have to make it.

The link to get the crochet pattern for the Fantastic Flapper Jewel Hat goes to the Hopeful Honey blog. I have visited her blog many times both on my own and via links on this site to access free patterns. Her work is usually always very easy to understand and is very thorough with both instruction and materials needed.

I love hats of any kind, but the Fantastic Flapper Jewel Hat just became my favorite! I'm glad I've got time before Christmas to make some. "Christmas Presents" and of course, one for me!

This is a great pattern! I have made it before. The first time I made it I just made it straight through and when I was done I found that it was WAY too big. So after taking it apart I started over and tried it on and altered as I went. I would suggest this pattern for crocheters who are a little more skilled/confident than beginners because you'll have to make alterations as you go through the pattern. It has NOTHING to do with Olivia's instructions, it's just that hats are tricky little things when you aren't used to working with them to make them fit properly. Otherwise, it's a great learning project and her designs are gorgeous!

Gosh this hat is gorgeous. I even love the color choice! I love Hopeful Honey patterns.

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