What’s more Dutch for Queensday than a king or queen crown? That’s why I (the Knitbitch) decided to crochet a ring with a crown on-top. The ring itself is not too difficult, it’s placing the ring on-top without interruption the work that’s challenging. If you find that too difficult you can crochet the 2 as seperate pieces and sew them together afterwards.
Good luck!

Step 1: What You Will Need for This Project

some standard thin cotton SMC
crochet hook 2 and 3mm.
Choose your combination of yarn and needle so that your crochet will get really tight in order to make the crown stand-up.
Very nice,all I need now is a matching hat!
<p>good idea, have just about 4 months to work on it before next queensday which by the way by now has become kingsday :-)</p>
Hiep hiep, hoera!

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