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Print out the pattern.funny standard pillowcases
1. I traced the 3 pieces used to make the hat onto pattern tracing material. (My mother-in-law calls it “；Do-Sew.”；) Add a 1/4″； seam allowance all around.
2. your pattern to your fabric. You need 2 mirrored pieces of the side pattern and one piece of the back.
3. Cut your pattern
4. the side pieces of the hat together with fabric back facing out (it doesn’；t matter with solid fleece) and sew along the curved edge (top)
5. Open the hat and pin the back in place. Be sure to pin the top seam open. Sew all the way around.
6. Cut two strips of fleece. 1.5″； wide x 25″； long.
7. Fold one in half and pin the middle to the top brim of hat. This will be your ruffle.
8. Work your way down the sides of the brim folding and pinning ruffles as you go.
9. Sew the ruffle to the hat. As you can see， this version has a raw edge. Half because I like the way it looks， half laziness. With a small seampersonalized christmas ornaments， it would look more finished.
10. Fold the second piece of fleece in half， the long way， as you pin it around the bottom (neck) of cap. Cut off the excess and fold the ends under just a bit.
11. Sew in place. I did a double seam.
12. With your excess trim make your neck strap. Fold in half and sew along length. Turn inside-out for a more finished look. I left mine with the raw edge showing.
13. Sew neck strap to one side of hat at inside corner with folded side facing out.
14. Try hat on baby and check length of neck strap. Trim， leaving enough to fold over end. Try not to make baby cry.
15. Add velcro to end of strap and opposite inside corner of hat. Use the soft side of the velcro inside hat. And that’；s it!
No babies were injured in the making of this hat.
Hi there WeAllSew readers! My name is Melissa Mortenson and I’m excited to be sharing a fun sewing tutorial with you today. I blog over at PolkaDotChair.com and work as a fabric designer for Riley Blake Designs. I love to sew and create projects to share with others.
This is the second half of the outfit I began yesterday.
This tutorial for a zip pouch with a flat bottom is a part of my “learn to sew series”. A series of simple sewing projects aimed at helping you learn how to sew or improve your sewing skills!??These zippered pouches are my “go to” handmade gift, and were one of the very first bags I learned how to sew. They stitch up quickly and are a great way to use up fabric scraps!