"Princess Crown"

Apr 11, 2009
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Beloved Woman

Introduction

A Fabulously Decorative "Crown" for your next Gala or Holiday Party! This beautiful hat works up wonderfully in any of the regular and/or metallic crochet threads, however you must use at least four balls in order to get the 4 ply thickness that will enable you to shape it. You can also use any of the 4 ply wools, (I love Red Heart brand for its shapability). Is that a word--LOL! I put each ball in separate bags to resist tangling—however a spool holder will work much better:) As a Born-Again Believer, I give all the Glory to God for His creative abilities in me; therefore I take no credit for this is His original design. I trust that you will enjoy crocheting this unique pattern as much as I did! And just think--how exciting it will be at your next glamorous gala or holiday party to walk into the room--and turn heads! I see it already in these rich metallic’s: silver, red, bronze, and gold with pretty organza ribbon! Please E-mail me if you experience any problems. indianprincess_777@yahoo.com.

Materials List

For this "Princess Crown" I used two balls of

regular mint green and two balls of gold matallic crochet thread.

You can use the colors of your choice.

Size J/10 6mm hook

Finished Size

Fits most size 22 inch heads snugly, however you may wish to stretch it a bit to fit more loosly by misting it with water--not too much--and gently hand shape. You may also use a larger sized needle for a 23 inch fit.

Gauge

Gauge is not imperative to this pattern, however, careful shaping is the most valuable thing to consider. If you crochet tightly, you may consider using a larger hook.

Notes

Mist the design lightly with water and twist the larger shells in an oblique. Gently pull the shells just above them into a peak in order to give it an appealing visual effect. The very top of the crown is to lay flatly on the head, gently stretch it into shape to lay flat.

The Pattern

Ch 4, Sl St in 1st Sc to form ring, ch 1.
Row 1 – Sc in ring, ch5, (six times) Ch1,
sl st in first ch1 st, ch1= 6 ch5 loops.

Row 2 – In ch 5 loop, *(Sc, ch5, sc), ch1. *Repeat for each ch5 loop around.
**Remember to ch1 between each loop or work will be too tight**
sl st in first ch 1 st, ch 2= 6 ch5 loops.

 Row 3 – In loop, *(Sc, ch 5, sc, ch 5, sc), ch2 *Repeat for each ch5 loop around.
**Remember to ch2 between each loop or work will be too tight**
Sl st in ch 2 st, ch 2 = 12 ch5 loops.

Row 4 – In loop *(Sc, dc, dc, ch 1, dc, sc) ch2, *Repeat for each ch5 loop around.
**Remember to ch2 between each loop or work will be too tight**
Sl st into ch 2 st, ch2. 12 shells made.

Row 5 – In ch 1 sp, *(sc, ch 7, sc), ch 2. *Repeat for each ch 1 sp around.
**Remember to ch2 between each chain 1 space or work will be too tight**
Sl st in ch2 st, ch2 = 12 ch7 loops.

Row 6 – In ch 7 loop, *(sc, hdc, dc, dc, ch 1, dc, hdc, sc), ch 3. *Repeat for each ch 7 loop around.
**Remember to ch 3 between each loop or work will be too tight.**
Sl St in ch2 st, ch3. 12 shells made.

Row 7 – In ch 1 sp, *(sc, ch 7, sc), ch 3. *repeat for each ch 1 sp around.
**Remember to ch3 between each chain 1 space or work will be too tight**
Sl st in ch 3 st, ch 3. = 12 ch7 loops.

Row 8 - In ch 7 loop, *(sc, hdc, hdc, dc, dc, ch 1, dc, hdc, hdc, sc), ch 3. *Repeat for each ch 7 loop around.
**Remember to ch 3 between each loop or work will be too tight.**
Sl St in ch3 st, ch3. 12 shells made.

Row 9 – in ch1 sp *(sc, sc, sc, ch1, sc, sc), ch 3.
**Remember to ch3 between each chain 1 space or work will be too tight**
Sl st in ch 3 st, ch 3. = 12 sc shells made.

Row 10 – in ch1 sp *(sc, sc, sc, ch1, sc, sc), ch 3. **Remember to ch3 between each chain 1 space or work will be too tight**
Sl st in ch 3 st, ch 3. = 12 - 5sc shells made.

Row 11-14 – in ch1 sp *(sc, sc, ch1, sc), ch 3.
**Remember to ch3 between each chain 1 space or work will be too tight** Sl st in ch 3 st, ch 3. = 12 - 3sc shells made.


Weave in ends.

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Comments

on Apr 11, 2009 12:27 AM
I tried to upload the photo, but I do not see it!

Any suggestions, I saved it on my flash drive.

on Apr 11, 2009 12:29 AM
Opps, sorry, I forgot to write something! Can any one tell me how to upload the photo to "Princess Crown",

I have it saved on my flash drive--do I need to change the save as dialog box to web page or something?

on Apr 11, 2009 5:47 PM
Can you download it on your computer? That's how I do it. I just click "Browse" and find the picture I want and press "Upload"...and it's done!

-Baylee

on Apr 13, 2009 11:43 PM

Baylee, I sent it to the desk top and that changed the location from E drive to C drive, and this gave me some hope--however as you can see--nada!

Do I need to change the way I saved it? I see a drop down box that asks whether it is a word document or html or jpeg. I have it saved as **all files**

HELP!

on Apr 27, 2009 9:23 PM

Can anyone suggest a better way of uploading the photo to this pattern, I have tried all the ways I know how! I have the photo saved on my flash drive, what else can I do, Baylee, thanks for the suggestion, I will try it again:)

on Apr 27, 2009 10:07 PM

Any one out there--Please Help! I took a photo of the "Princess Crown", using my cell phone camera, I then

e-mailed it to my yahoo account. I then saved it on my flash drive and tried to upload it from the flash drive, however I seem to be encountering a huge problem, as it is not a jpeg.

How would you feel about helping me find another way to upload the photo? Do I have to turn it into an attachment? How would you feel about me e-mailing it to one of you and you upload it for me?

samurai0504 wrote
on Oct 12, 2009 11:15 PM

I just came across your pattern. it sounds like it will be very nice. if you are still out there and have that photo, you can email it to me and i will post it for you.

joyce@3 wrote
on Jan 1, 2010 5:04 PM

i too would like to see the picture

jaronsnow wrote
on Jan 6, 2010 9:18 PM

Can u email me the pic to alliancestrategies@gmail.com. thanks

on Jan 7, 2010 2:10 PM
It would be so nice to see a photo,

one picture worth a thousand words.

Happy trails

dd