Caps

Added Dec 7, 2008

by nazlin

Örebro, Sweden

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Description

Caps that I made for my cousines for christmas. You can turn them anyway you like, but there´s only applications on one side.

The pattern I got from an old cap, and modyfied it to get the right size.

Material Notes

Cotton tricot, 2 different
Interfacing for the application

Difficulty

Novice

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    Dec 10, 2008, 12.02 PMby mchats

    Great job! from one hat maker to another hat maker! Cheers!

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    Dec 8, 2008, 04.47 PMby justmica

    Sweet…!!!

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    Dec 7, 2008, 03.21 PMby nazlin

    Thanks! Yes they were very easy to make, but very functional to. I tought that they might be the “girls gang” with the same hats :)

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    Dec 7, 2008, 01.21 PMby nenasew

    They are very pretty. What a great gift idea and I bet they were fairly quick to sew.

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