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Kids Summer Cap Pattern - Size 3m-2T

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Author Pox Couture
Price $3.95
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Panning on doing outdoor actives this summer? Why not make your child a hat to cover his/her face from the sun. This a quick and easy pattern to make. You will receive the pattern (sizes: 3m-2T) & step-by-step instructions. The instructions also come with an "alternative design" to make this cap reversible.

The added bonus of buying a PDF pattern is that you don't have to trace the pattern pieces each time you want to make a new shirt. All you have to do is print out the pattern and cut the size you want to make.

The instructions are broken down into sections and give a detailed step-by-step explanation on how to construction each pieces.

by Monica
on February 10th, 2014

LOVE it!!

by Browder, Lou
on September 14th, 2012

just finished this cap last night looks great if i must say so myself!

 

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To make this CAP you'll need:
• 1/4 yard of fabric (suggested fabrics: light to medium-weight woven fabric, i.e. quilting cotton, chambray, or linen.)
• 1/4 yard fusible interfacing
• sewing machine
• thread (matching color)
• 5/8" bias tape
• scissors
• pins
• water-soluble fabric-marking pen or tailor's chalk
• pinking shears

Optional supplies:
• contrasting fabric (for reversible cap)
• tracing wheel and carbon paper

SKILLS NEEDED:
Sewing curved seams, top stitching, applying fusible interfacing, making/applying bias tape.

?This is a great project for someone who has sewn from a pattern before or is new to sewing.

Pattern pieces include 3/8" seam allowance (unless otherwise noted).

Patterns are made to be printed on US Letter paper (8.5"x11"), so pattern pieces will need to be assembled as directed in the instructions. You will not be asked to scale to fit or crop any of the pattern pieces; All pattern pieces are at 100% scale. I've also included a "Test Square" to make sure your printer is printing the pattern pieces correctly.

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