Crochet Pattern - Jubilee Crown
28May

Crochet Pattern - Jubilee Crown

I wanted to crochet some Crowns for our Jubilee celebrations this weekend and I found some lovely crown patterns online but after making a few up they just didn't match what I had in my head. I didn't just want crowns I wanted a crown that reminded me of HRH Queen Elizabeth II...

...After chancing on the perfect yarn, James C Brett Twinkle Fashion DK, I started playing around until I came up with a Jubilee Crown I was happy with. I've written out the pattern below if you'd like to try. I'm hoping to crochet a few of these for our friends and family so we can all be Queen for a day!

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And lastly K wanted one of her in front of her new bedroom shelves which she had happily spent the afternoon organising!

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Crochet Jubilee Crown Pattern

Written in UK terms

This pattern can also be downloaded as a free printable PDF from my ravelry store: download now

Hook: 4mm (you can shop my favourite tools here)

Yarn: James C Brett Twinkle Fashion DK (Acrylic) Shade TK8 - But these would look good in anything with a bit of sparkle.

Stitches:

Ch = Chain

SS = Slip Stitch

Htr = Half Treble Crochet (US HDC)

Tr = Treble (US DC)

Pattern

Foundation Row: Make the chain long enough to fit around your head (they will stretch slightly) working in multiples of 3 - I worked 72 Ch for my crown. Join with a ss (try not to twist chain).

Rnd 1: Ch 2, Htr in each stitch around, join with a ss.

Rnd 2: Ch 2, Htr in each stitch around, join with a ss.

Rnd 3: Ch 6, 1 tr in same stitch (to make 1st v stitch), skip next 2 stitches, *(1 tr, ch 3, 1 tr) into next stitch (V stitch), skip next 2 stitches* repeat from *to* around joining with a ss to the 3rd ch of the first ch 6.

A quick note: Please do not copy or redistribute this pattern, although you may, if you'd like, link to this page. I am happy for items made from this pattern to be sold. Thank you for your support.

There you have it, another incredibly simple pattern.  I hope you all enjoy the long bank holiday and have some great Jubilee celebrations.  The children are very excited as Friday is also half term - Let's hope the sun keeps shining!

Bye for now. Em xx

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