Friday, 4 May 2012

Things To Make & Do - Paris in Spring Chapeau

Bonjour mes amis!

Aimez-vous mon chapeau?
(Do you like my hat?) 
The 'Paris in Spring' Chapeau, You've got to love a bit of Leopard print! C'est Tres Chic!


Oui ou Non?

Okay, Okay that's where my French vocab ends, so why has this crazy woman gone all French on you?

Well, the lovely Miss Katie was very kind to ask me to do a guest post for her while she is away enjoying the sights of Paris. I was delighted and very flattered, so I jumped at the opportunity & have created a little Parisian influenced chapeau for her readers with the aid of the above 1950's Stitchcraft of course!


But I wouldn't want you, my faithful readers, to feel left out, so if your answer was Oui! to the above question, then why not hop on over to Katie's blog The Little Red Squirrel where you will find a free pdf pattern and my tutorial on how to make your very own 'Paris in Spring Chapeau', it's all very simple I promise and I think it is rather snazzy, even if I do say so myself:)


Wendy x

If you do have any questions or problems with the tutorial then please feel free to leave me a comment below or send me an email as I am only to happy to help.:)

15 comments:

  1. Oui! Votre chapeau est très chic!

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  2. Bonjour Wendy,
    your hat is tres, tres lovely

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    1. Bonjour Miss Brune!
      Thank you very much x

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  3. nice blog! i just found your blog,lets follow each other sweety*

    http://preciouslovestyle.blogspot.com/

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  4. Stitchcraft always seemed to have great location shots! Love your hat x

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    1. Thank you! I know Stitchcraft certainly knew how to make their knitwear look glamorous!

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    1. Thank you! I do love a bit of Leopard print!

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  6. J'adore! I will hop on over to her blog now, been meaning to anyway but now I have even more reasons too1

    Love the hat, this will be going on my projects list immediately!

    xxx

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    1. Thank you! I am so glad you like it!

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  7. Oui! Just had a look and its a brilliant tutorial!! Will have to go in search of material soon so I can try my hands at making my first chapeau!
    May x

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