"Although the patterns were presented very well, I was disappointed in the bootie pattern that was included with the cap. I used the exact needle size and yarn and the bootie turned out to be 5 1/2 inches long, I have been crocheting for 40 years and teach weekly. I have never seen a baby with a 5 inch foot. Most babies feet are 3 1/2 inches long. I have not made the cap. The extra pattern you included is very difficult to figure out what it is trying to say. I gave up on it. This has nothing to do with my level of experience,
I crochet about 30 hours a week and make complex patterns. I know they are vintage but maybe should be slightly re-written. A unexperienced crocheter could not use this patterns!"
Vintage Baby Boy Visor Cap Hat Booties Crochet Pattern
A Digitally Cleaned and Restored Reprint This Listing is for the Printed Version Delivered by 1st Class Mail.
PATTERN to make: Vintage Crocheted Hat and Attached Snood. Reminds me of Cleopatra's hair. Made with "Peter Pan Buimpe and No. 3 Steel Crochet Hook.
This is a digitally cleaned and restored reprint of a pattern from my vintage and antique collection. It is NOT the actual item. It will come in printed form by 1st Class Mail.
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Items are sent same or next business day by 1st Class Mail. For single patterns, shipping is $2 U.S., $4 International. For book reprints, shipping is $5 U.S. and $8 International. If you're ordering multiple items, a generous discount is given.
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NOTICE: You can be assured that any reprints of patterns I offer are in the public domain and free of copyright. This pattern was produced before December 31, 1963, and entered public domain by 12/31/91. I'm often asked if you can make the items and sell them. Of course you can! That's the whole point, to preserve these priceless and disappearing items by actually using and making them. Otherwise they're just print on paper. I encourage you to do great things with the patterns, keeping them alive for years to come. And please send a picture and let me know how it turned out!~Nancy