Row 1) With crinoline RS facing, join thread to first unworked dc next to bodice on row 1 of crinoline (shoulders) with a sl st; ch 4, (counts as first dc plus ch 1), (dc, ch 1, dc) in last dc: 3 dc/2 ch 1-sps.
Row 3) Ch 3, turn work (counts as first dc); dc in next 2 dc skipping ch 1 sps: 3 dc.
Row 4) Ch 3, turn work; dc in next dc leaving last dc unworked: 2 dc.
Row 5) Ch 3, turn work; dc in next dc: 2 dc. Fasten off; secure ends.
Rnd 1) Ch 4; (9 dc) in 4th ch from hook (first 3 chs skipped count as first dc); join with a sl st to first dc (4th ch of beg ch 4): 10 dc.
Rnd 2) Ch 3, dc in joining, ch 1; * (2 dc) in next dc, ch 1; rep from *around; join with a sl st to first dc: 20 dc/10 ch 1-sps.
Rnd 3) Sl st in next dc and ch 1 sp; ch 1, sc in same sp, ch 3; * sc in next ch 1 sp, ch 3; rep from * around; join with a sl st in first sc: 10 sc/10 ch 3-sps. Fasten off; secure ends.
Spray pieces with water or spray starch, if desired and shape on a terry towel to dry. Once dried, glue hat to top of shoulders using the photo as a guide. Clip ribbon in half. Tie each piece into a bow and glue one bow to hat and the other to waist using the photo for placement. Attach magnet to back. Enjoy!