I finished writing up the directions. I'm sorry I only have the pattern in one size right now. I will post other sizes soon as I get some free time (this week is full of craziness at my house). This pattern should fit a child 8-13 years old or a man with a smallish head (I don't think it will fit on a big head). It should fit a 21-22 inch head just right (using 1/4 seam allowance). My 4 year old daughter has an 18 inch head and it is loose on her. To make a hat like this you will need A small amount of fabric for hat (thin fabric will need iron-on interfacing).
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A small amount of fabric for the lining (you can use the same fabric you cut for the outside of the hat). A small amount of very stiff interfacing (you can use plastic food trays, plastic file folders, or a in this case a cereal box will work). Other than that you will need the pattern, scissors a sewing machine, needle and some thread.
This sample I've made from an old suit. The lining was cut from the same suit. A cereal box was used for the brim interfacing. It cost me $0 to make. Print out the and tape together lining up the registration marks. Alienware Alienmorph Theme Free here.
I like to use masking tape or painting tape because you can reposition without tearing the paper. If this is your first try at making a cap or if you're making it for a costume you can skip the trip to the fabric store and use plastic from a food tray (like the large plastic fruit/cookies trays and lids), plastic file folders, or even a cereal box. You can double or triple the layers to make it as stiff as you like. I have some cardboard brims that held up for years and I've had some made from buckram only last a few weeks (depends on how destructive the child you give it to is).
To keep this a free project I'm using my empty box of Post cereal for the brim. Is the leather one with the cool looking worn/dark marks on the top (hat on the left in above photo). My son loved the beige hat at first (he picked out that fabric) but after a few days he decided the denim cap was his favorite. That is until tonight when I gave him the one made from a suit (that's now his new favorite). Only the cap in the tutorial was made using a cereal box but I think they will all hold up about the same amount of time (this wasn't my first time using cereal box for brim interfacing).
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