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Adult Hats

Hats - H04100

This pattern will make hats of various brim widths in three sizes:
Small - 56-58cm
Medium - 58-60cm
Large - 60-62cm

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Advanced Sewing Skills

The brim can be varied over four widths.
Instructions include three brim finishes - no binding, bias binding and straight binding....
... so all up that's 36 different hats!!!!

(...and that's before you start varying the fabrics!!)

Learn loads of tricks of the trade as you make stylish, well-fitting hats for all the family!!!

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Design Variations

A burst of summer colour - a wide brim hat in quilting cotton fabric.

Medium-heavy interfacing is used to create structure in the fabric.

A bias binding trim in contrasting fabric is used on this wide brim hat.

Medium-heavy interfacing is used to create structure in the fabric.

Blue floral quilting cotton fabric is used on this wide brim sunhat.

Medium-heavy interfacing is used to create structure in the fabric.

 

 

 

This blue duckcloth hat has a shady medium-width downturned brim and hand-embroidered detail.

It has medium-light interfacing in the crown and a combination of medium-light and medium-heavy interfacing in the brim.

This blue corduroy hat has a narrow upturned brim and band with a buckle.

Medium-light interfacing is used to add body to the fabric.

This downturned brim is the "second from widest" brim width on the pattern.

Medium-heavy interfacing is used to hold the shape of the hat.

     

This hat is made in 'homespun" cotton and has an applique' feature.

The brim is "second from widest" on the pattern and has three layers of medium-light interfacing. The crown has a single layer of medium-light interfacing.

This "lampshade" style hat has a downturned brim - shortened at the back - with a straight grain binding.

It has medium-light interfacing in the crown and a combination of medium-light and medium-heavy interfacing in the brim.

This medium-brimmed hat is made from a cotton-linen blend.

Applique detail on the top of the brim is used as a kind of "embroidery" design on the underside

Medium-light interfacing is used throughout the hat.

     


These bucket hats are all made with light cotton drill. The narrow brim is turned downward and topstitched to keep it flat. The hat at far left is made with two fabrics stitched together to make the sideband. The other two hats have applique' details.

Medium-light interfacing is used throughout these hats. Three layers are used in the brims.

     

This moleskin hat has an upturned brim (made so by using a staight-grain binding).

The hat has medium-light interfacing throughout.

The brim on this hat has a bias binding edge.

The fabric is a quilting cotton and is supported by medium-heavy interfacing.

This moleskin hat has a downturned narrow brim with a plain edge. It has hand-embroidered detailing.

Medium-light interfacing is used throughout this hat.