This autumn I launched a unique line for my males clothes styles at TrashN2Tees in collaboration with buddy and material fashion designer Kimberly Kling of Joyful Roots. We lay out on a wilderness adventure with your sweet but burly lumberjack design. A celebration of Paul Bunyan proportions ensued as I collected all the wee ones i understand for an image shoot and lumberjack-themed party. There were maple syrup and bacon cupcakes, also! It is possible to read exactly about it on my weblog.
No lumberjack is total without his hat (and a beard!). Today I’m sharing my one-size-fits-most Lumberjack Hat design developed just for the celebration! You’ll be able to make a warm winter months cap in less than one hour. The structure offered easily fits young ones and adults from age 3-103.
1) Prepare the fabric pieces.
Cut fully out and tape the design pieces collectively as suggested.
Cut the after pieces from printing fabric:
Side – Cut two
Center Strip – Tape pieces collectively; cut one
Back/Ear Flaps – Tape pieces together; cut one
Brim – Cut one
Place cut material pieces on top of the sherpa fleece, appropriate sides together. Cut fleece pieces 1/4″ bigger than the material pieces.
Step two) build the hat.
Position your products with wrong sides collectively.
Construct the most notable part of the cap: complement one side piece with one lengthy side of the long side of the center top strip. Stitch collectively making raw sides revealed externally of hat. Perform the 2nd side.
Topstitch around the reduced edges of back/ear flap area and front brim.
Pin the back/ear flap piece into the top area of the hat, utilising the part pieces as guides for aligning the ear flaps. Stitch.
Finish the hat by sewing leading brim on. For a floppy top we attached this piece 1/2″ inside the topstitching. If you choose to have a hard and fast brim, tack it in place or include snaps, buttons, or hook-and-loop tape closures.