I say finally because unfinished hat tops have been floating around my craft desk for a while. At first the seams at the top were not laying flat and it was driving me nuts. Then I modified the cut to be a little less curved and it worked better. Cheri also told me to just keep making the hat, and she was right…once it is all put together it kind of works out.
Now I wanted a brim, but I thought that a brim and ear flaps might be a bit much? Maybe not, but at the time that is what I was thinking.
I made them quite long as I was messing around with it. So I scrunched up the front, attached the brim and now…
The extra material scrunches over their ears. Kind of cute….the hats and my kids. 🙂
I made Reid’s brim two toned…
Are those bribe fruit snacks for the picture? You betcha!
Whoops. A good reason to make more…eventually. 🙂
If you were wondering if I have bed head under that hat…I do. 🙂
And…I told you these hats were long. This is how Owen, my five year old, decided to wear it for his self-created “ninja” costume.