Part of my appreciation with the Boho-chic style are the cool head pieces that are matched with the clothing like headbands and hats.
Faye (Very Vicky) is wearing a Boho-chic style crown hat
This is what I did on my previous sewing project where I made a crown hat and, like I said, I will be glad to share the pattern as soon as it's ready. This is my first crochet pattern, I tried my best to make this as clear as possible and I also made a sketch of it for your reference since I'm not too technical with my wordings.
Please note that this pattern is for personal enjoyment only and not to be distributed or posted on any other site. However, you can make with it and sell it and if you wish to share this pattern, I would be delighted and grateful if you simply link back to this post. Thank you and happy crafting.
100% Acrylic yarn Medium 4 (I used Red Heart Soft Touch in Paprika) or equivalent and stretchy
Hook 7/0 JP or equivalent
Crochet stitches in this pattern:
Ch - Chain
Ch - Chain
Sl St - Slip Stitch
Sc - Single Crochet
DC - Double Crochet
Note: if you see words in ( ), this are descriptions of what is going on
if you see words in [ ], you need to repeat the pattern
To Begin - Ch 5, Sl St to 1st Ch to form a loop
R1 - Ch 3 (raise), 10 DC in the loop, Sl St to top of the raised stitch (11 DC = raise + 10 DC)
R2 - Ch 3 (raise), 2 DC to 1st DC of R1, [Ch 1 (increase), DC to 2nd DC of R1, 2 DC to 3rd DC of R1] Repeat this all around in to succeeding DC of R1, Ch 1, SL ST to top of the raised stitch (18 DC = raise + 17 DC)
R3 - [Ch 5, Sl St to 1st increased Ch of R2] Repeat this all around in to succeeding increased Ch of R2, Sl St to the top of the raised stitch (now you formed 6 arches, similar to a basic doily stitch)
R4 - Bring to top of the 1st arch of R3 by Sl St to 1st 3 Ch, [Ch 9, Sl St to 3rd chain of the next arch] Repeat this all around in to succeeding arches of R3 (another layer of arches, increased in size)
R5 - Bring to top of the 1st arch of R4 by Sl St to 1st 5 Ch, [Ch 11, Sl St to 5th chain of the next arch] Repeat this all around in to succeeding arches of R4 (final layer of arches, increased in size)
R6 - Bring to top of the 1st arch of R5 by Sl St to 1st 6 Ch, [Ch 8, Sl St to 6th chain of the next arch] Repeat this all around in to succeeding arches of R5 (forming the band of the hat)
R7 - Ch 3 (raise), DC in to the stitches of R6 all around, Sl St to top of the raised stitch (now the band is much wider)
R8 (optional, you can play with the edge, but I like scallop patterns so this is the one I did here) - Sc to 1st DC of R7, [DC to the 2nd DC of R7, DC to the 3rd DC of R7, Sc and Sl St to the 4th DC of R7, Sl St and Sc to the 5th DC of R7] Repeat pattern all around in to succeeding DC of R7. Fasten off and weave in. (now, you have the hat and all you need to do is jazz it up! have fun!)
Right now, I'm working on another hat pattern for this doll, still with the same style concept, and as soon as I'm finished with it, I will also make and share the pattern here. But first I need to finish another sewing outfit for this doll. Thanks again and have a great week ahead!