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042 Nefret Cloche
Cloche (Fr. “bell”) hats were invented by French milliner Caroline Reboux in 1908 and were especially popular during the 1920’s and early 1930’s. The name “Nefret” (accented on the second syllable) is an Egyptian girl’s name meaning beautiful. Though the cloche style is French in origin, it bears some resemblance to traditional headdresses like the turban and toque. The Nefret Cloche is a versatile beauty with several embellishment options, all included. The pattern for the “Daughter of the Sea” vest is available separately.
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- no charts
- schematics included
- no sewing
- circular, no sewing
- women’s s (m, l). hat body circumference: 21 (22, 23)” / 53 (56, 58.5) cm.
- digital PDF has 3 pages (letter size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 2.75 mm
- US 2
- 22.0 st st
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