DIY Tutorial - How to Make a Kids' Reversible Bucket Hat
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So… Zanderoo needed a new hat to fit that growing head of his. I found this tutorial which I followed almost to the tee. The only part I skipped was the hand-sewn part at the end. I just used my sewing machine for that part, too. If I can avoid hand-sewing something, I’m all for it. I used the pattern that fit’s a 3-5 year old and low and behold, it barely fits him! So either Z’s head is huge, or this pattern is off. I’m gonna go with the pattern. If you use this pattern, I think it’s safe to assume the 3-5 year old size will fit a 12-15 month old.
Considering I started this project on a whim one night after finding the tutorial, I’m proud to say I completed it in one night! From start to finish, it took me 2.5 hours. There’s no better project than one that offers immediate gratification.
That said, hope this inspires you to make a cool ‘lil hat to keep the your ‘lil ones stylish and protected from those pesky UV rays.
Here are some materials you can use to make these:
Here are some other fun DIY tutorials you might enjoy:
- Baby boots
- Baby shoes with a reversible insole (that look alike Toms shoes)
- Baby bib
- Big kid bib
- Baby burp cloth
- Diaper clutch
- Baby Pacifier leash
- Baby 2-in-1 Car seat canopy and baby blanket
- Baby Soft block toy
- Baby Shower diaper motorcycle
- Baby Tag blanket
- Boys and Girls' Nursery ideas
- Playroom ideas
- Party ideas
- Crochet beanie with ear flaps
- Baby crib shoes
- Kids' torn jeans
- Girls' summer dress
- Kids' Reversible bucket hat
- Kids' reversible hoodie
- Kids' long sleeve shirt made from old shirts
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