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Blooming Crochet Hats
10 Crochet Designs with 10 Mix-and-Match Accents
Shauna-Lee Graham of Bouquet Beanies

Cincinnati, Ohio

Title page
Stitches & Techniques
About Buttons
Glossary of Abbreviations
About Skill Levels
Chapter 1: Hats & Hair Treasures
Scalloped Beanie
Droplet Beanie
Twisted Beanie
Add Earflaps to Your Twisted Beanie
Trendy Slouch Hat
Newsboy Band Hat
Twisted Headband
Multifunctional Hair Ties
Serena Beanie
Comfy Cloche
Adjustable Ribbed Head Wrap
Button Placement and Optional Brims
Chapter 2: Interchangeable Flowers & Motifs
Triple-Tier Clusters
Coral Reef Blooms
Carnation Puffs
Pinwheel Posies
Cherry Blossoms
What a Great Idea
Swirl Flowers
Flopsy Hares
What a Great Idea
Sweet Hearts
What a Great Idea
Bear Hugs
Butterfly Kisses
About the Author

I remember the day in September 2009 when I was contacted by two photographers who wanted me to design hats with flowers on them for their photo shoots. As I was sewing the flowers onto the hats, it hit me! Why was I making the hat so final when I could just add a button to it? Then the wearer could interchange the flowers to create a true masterpiece perfect for any occasion. At that moment, Bouquet Beanies was born!

I love to create new styles and designs. I feel a sense of accomplishment when I complete a new pattern. They are like my children—unique and beautiful in their own way, and I’m so excited to share them all with you!

Enjoy, have fun and let your creativity shine!


Stitches & Techniques
Learn to Crochet

The stitches illustrated below will be used throughout the book. Use this guide if you aren’t certain what to do or what a particular abbreviation means.

Slip Knot (diag. 1)

Form a loop, put the hook in the loop and draw another loop through.

Slip Knot (diag. 2)

Slide the knot up the hook and tighten gently.

Chain (ch)

With the hook through the slip knot, yarn over hook (yoh) and pull the yarn through the loop to make a new chain (ch). Chain stitch (ch st) made.

Forming a Ring

Chain (ch) as many stitches as indicated, insert the hook in the 1st ch, yarn over hook (yoh) and pull through the 1st ch and the ch on the hook.

Single Crochet (sc) (diag. 1)

Insert the hook into the 2nd chain (ch) from the hook, yarn over hook (yoh) and draw the yarn through the work only.

Single Crochet (sc) (diag. 2)

Yoh again and draw through both loops on the hook. Single crochet (sc) made. Repeat as indicated.

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