Does anyone have a pattern for a Driver/Golf cap???

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Megs123 wrote
on Jan 14, 2009 4:30 PM

My Husband loves these hats and I Love to crochet and I would love to make him one, I have been online forever looking for a patttern and cannot find anything. Any help would be greatly greatly appreciated


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PaulineL wrote
on Jan 14, 2009 8:39 PM

Sort of like a newsboy cap but the hat fabric is brought forward and snapped to the brim? Sorry, no, but maybe you could modify a newsboy cap. I love those.


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Megs123 wrote
on Jan 15, 2009 8:51 AM

Exactly what I am talking about, I'm going to try and modify a pattern but I'm really not that good and doing that, I'd much prefer a pattern, hopefully someone out there can help!


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Valeria57 wrote
on Jan 19, 2010 8:07 PM

They are hard to find.  I did find a web site where you can order a pattern.  Here is the link:

 

http://www.fiber-images.com/Mall/025_golf_club_covers_crochet.html

 

Also, I found a website: Jimmy Beans Wool.  They have a crochet kit for golf head covers BUT do not order it.  They make it seem like you are getting a kit, with the yarn and a pattern.  They show a picture of the golf head covers and they are really cool but they do not send a pattern with the kit which I find strange.  All that they sent was yarn which I can buy at home.  I don't need to order that!  Anyway, I did order a pattern from them but I think it is a knitting pattern.  Crochet Today apparently had one in a 2008 magazine.  Sorry I am not more help but it seems that the only patterns are for knitting.  Lion Brand has free knitting patterns on their website.  Good Luck!

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Tex_Arcana wrote
on Jan 27, 2010 9:54 PM

You mean a flat cap or scully cap?

 

When I first thought of learning crochet I got the book Son of Stitch & *** at the local library. One of the patterns that decided me was one called Lidsville.

 

You can find it here: http://www.mylifetime.com/lifestyle/home-crafts/craft-ideas/needle-arts/crochet-projects#id=4

Right now I'm working on my own version of it. I'm  not sure how it's gonna turn out since I'm a newbie. All I have done is the top panel of the cap which I started with a double chain foundation that I then started to do a single crochet spiral around. And the inside hat band. Now all I need is the bill sides and back to connect the two.

 

I like making a piece of string into something I can wear. ~Author Unknown

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SuzanneA@14 wrote
on Jan 28, 2010 10:35 AM

I haven't made this cap, but I do want to make it for my Dad when I find the time.

http://priscillascrochet.net/free%20patterns/Wearables.pdf

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