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Kids Hats

Kids Hats - H08200

This pattern will make hats in three sizes

Small - 48-51cm
Medium - 52-55cm
Large - 55-57cm

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Like the adult hats, the brim can be varied over four widths - from cute 'bowler' hat to wide-brimmed sunhat . The hats can be styled to suit girls and boys and the instructions include three brim finishes - no binding, bias binding and straight binding.

Learn loads of tricks of the trade as you make stylish, well-fitting hats for all the children in your life!

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Design Variations

A medium brim makes a sweet "lampshade" hat in pretty floral. The crown is in light cotton drill.

Medium-light interfacing is used on the crown and medium-heavy is used on the brim.

A wide brim with red bias trim and yo-yo detailing.

Medium-Heavy interfacing is used to add structure to the hat.

 This little cotton drill bucket hat has a narrow brim and hand embroidery detail.

Medium-light interfacing is used on drill to add a bit of extra structure to the fabric.

     

Co-ordinating prints in quilting fabrics offer all sorts of wonderful options for hats.

Medium-Heavy interfacing is used to add structure to the hat.

An18mm bias tape maker is used to make co-ordinating binding.

A wide brim with a plain edge makes a wonderfully shady hat. This one is in quilting weight cotton and has a yo-yo trim.

Because it is a small size, it only needs medium-light interfacing to give it some structure in the crown, and a combination of light and heavy in the brim.

Pinwale corduroy is a lovely weight fabric for winter hats for kids.

This one has button detailing and co-ordinating straight-grain binding and lining.

This is a small size hat, and it has medium-light interfacing.

     

Wide brim hat with plain edge brim.

Medium-Heavy interfacing is used to add structure to the hat.

Medium-wide brim with a plain edge.

Medium-Heavy interfacing is used to add structure to the hat.

Medium-wide brim with bias trim.

Medium-Heavy interfacing is used to add structure to the hat.

     
A narrow brim with bias trim makes a bucket hat.

A narrow brim with a straight grain binding makes a cute little bowler hat.

A medium brim with a straight binding makes a wide turn-up brim, and is a great way to feature a co-ordinating fabric.

Yo-Yos, self-cover buttons and bias binding make easy (and very cute) embellishments.
A bucket-style brim can also have a turned-up edge....