Sunday, April 5, 2009

Clochette Free Pattern

The clochette pattern is ready. Just click on the picture to download the pdf.



As always, I have tried my best to check the pattern for errors. If you have any problem with the pattern feel free to contact me.

Happy spring!

45 comments:

Bethany (yarnorgy) said...

I love this hat and can't wait to make one! Thank-You for sharing your pattern!

Darla said...

Thanks for the pattern!

Suzanne said...

I am casting on right now.

Sarah said...

Which yarn do you recommend? Is wool or cotton better?

Anonymous said...

This is irresistible. This is the cutest hat I have ever seen.

Judy S. said...

Thanks so much. I love, love, love it!

drmimi said...

Massive cuteness alert! I'd love to make one in red or purple...

Janette said...

Thank you for sharing :-)

Wool Winder said...

Beautiful! It's a perfect match to your lily of the valley photo.

Anonymous said...

This is a very cute hat! Thank you for making this available to everyone :)

A quick question...how can I modify this to fit an adult sized head?

Thanks,
Dianne

stampfkartoffeln@hotmail.com

Jane said...

How adorable!

Petula Darling said...

So cute - thanks for the pattern!

Leslie said...

Thanks for the pattern. It's darling!

Jess said...

How funny! I was just thinking about creating a hat just like this over the weekend. The petal detail on the bottom is much nicer than what I had in mind. :) I think I'll be casting on tonight!

Shoveling Ferret said...

It really is gorgeous - and I'm glad I'm not the only one who immediately thought "Hmmm, I wonder if I can mod it to fit an adult..."
Thanks so much for sharing!

CJWillson said...

Honestly, I was thinking of working up a pattern just like this! My daughter would really like a "flower hat like the fairies in this book". I'm sure your pattern is much better than what I would have done! Yay!

Meg said...

Thanks for great tutorial.
It's adorable I can't wait to start my own.

meg

onourwayonline.com

Ellen Q said...

This is heart-stoppingly cute. Thanks!

Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

It's really, really beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing, I'll be linking.

Miss Reglisse said...

This is beautiful. Can't wait to knit one.
Thank you very much for your generosity.

Jadekitty said...

I like the fact it's knit from the bottom. I am going to attempt this! Thank you!

Debra said...

This is adorable! Thank you for sharing!

Supercool Hotmama said...

Oh So CUTE! I may have to practice up on my knitting, just so I can make that!

Scribbit said...

Gorgeous! Stumbled it--now I just need to make it.

kaarina said...

gasp! SOOOOO sweet! i adore this. thank you SO much for the pattern!

(and i have the same lilies of the valley in my kitchen!)

Anonymous said...

I made the hat last week. It turned out so adorable! Thanks!

Beverly -- Free Afghan Patterns Blog said...

Super cute!

Can't wait to Twitter this.

diane said...

Merci beaucoup pour ce joli modèle! Il me tarde de le commencer!!

diane said...

Quel joli modèle! Je vais très vite le commencer. Merci beaucoup!!

Anonymous said...

Love this hat! Taking a swing at it but am having difficulty with the petals....I don't know what the SM abbreviation means. Can anyone help? Thanks a bunch! Ps forgive me, I started knitting last week and am a bit lost :)

Anonymous said...

Your clochette baby hat is adorable! It's really the sweetest little hat pattern I've seen online in many a year. Thank you for making it available to the public.
Sincerely,
BeeSroe

JennInSeattle said...

I just finished this hat for a baby shower tomorrow, I still need to block it but it turned out just adorable - not every pattern does! It was worth the effort to make and learning the new skill of single crochet along the edge. Great job on the pattern, I appreciate it. :)

The Can Clan said...

I love this hat! I am new to knitting and I'm not sure what PM and SM stand for. Could you clarify that for me? Thank you!

Leeni'sSister said...

I recently rejoined the world of knitting after a hiatus of about 30 years. After completing one re-starter project, I thought I would be ready for the Clochette, but the terminology is unfamiliar to me. I really love this hat and want to make it for my granddaughter. Can someone help me by translating the direction abbreviations with the "M" in them into simple terms ? I am also totally new to blogging, so help on that process would be appreciated too. It is great to learn there are so many people out there knitting. I look forward to doing a lot more of it too. Thank you all for sharing your talents and skills.

Anonymous said...

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Amy said...

I'd really like to make this hat. I am a fairly new knitter with only a couple of baby sweaters, one pair of baby pants and a few scarves under my belt! I think I can do it though with a little more explaination for the petals. I looked up "make one" and "slip marker" and the other terminology. I got confused though as to how to repeat the rows. Could you write out a sample third and fourth row for me? I think I could grasp it then. Thank you so much! I have the perfect yarn for this and want to make it before my baby's head it too big!

Janet said...

I knew right away when I saw this pattern that it would be a perfect spring time hat for a little girl I know.

I'm making the largest size and have noticed that there is a discrepancy in the stitch count. The 23-stitch petals plus the purl stitch between them yield 120 stitches total instead of the 110 listed for the total count. I opted to stop at 21 stitches [ (21+1) x5=110] to make it "fit" both the stitch count and the little girl's head measurement, and it is going to work out just fine. But you may wish to clarify it in the pdf for other users.

Thanks for this great design and for the other cute patterns on your blog and for your attention to this.

嘉珮 said...

Thank you for sharing this adorable hat design! I love it very much!
Though I have questions about the stitch number as Janet mentioned, I fix them anyway.
Here's photo of my work: http://crazycat1130.pixnet.net/album/photo/123571425
Thank you again! :D

carpoolknitter said...

made one in fingering weight yarn for a newborn. http://www.flickr.com/photos/carpoolknitter/5270146997/
love it!!

Sandhya Diwana said...

For the abbreviation 'PM' that seems to stand for 'Purl Make', please see the video in the link: http://vimeo.com/13440934

Still do not know what 'SM' stands for. These two terms are definitely not related to 'place markers' as suggested in some search results.

Anonymous said...

Hello, I also found some disagrements regarding the stitch count number. I opted to make (5X22)+5=115 and pray that it will fit the head of the baby some time during her life :-).
I think PM means place marker while SM means slip marker
There is an excelent web for all of this:
http://www.knittinghelp.com/video/play/make-1-left-english

Hope it helps

Mommy and Baby Jake said...

Oh snap! I realy want to knit myself a hat like this! I'm a beginner at knitting so I'm not sure if I'd be able to make this hat but I hope I can!

Anonymous said...

PM means to Place a stitch Marker
SM means to Slip a stitch Marker

Anonymous said...

The pattern instructions for the largest size are still wrong. The petals should end with 21 stitches. Then if you cast on one stitch between each petal you will have the final count of 110 stitches.

Nicole said...

I'm making one right now!