PDF newsboy cap, womens hat sewing pattern, vintage inspired
Funky late 1960s early 1970s newsboy hat that you can make with scraps, alternating colors, or solid. Optional applique on the brim. Lined. Not too hard to sew depending on the fabric used. Great for a carefree hat in summer or use corduroy, for fall. This listing is for a PDF pattern, not a physical pattern or the finished product.
✿ Size: One Size
❤ Fabric Types: faux leather, suede cloth, scrub denim, velveteen, corduroy, denim, canvas, duck, pique, poplin, homespun, hopsacking, linen, gabardine, lightweight wool, wool flannel, double knit.
❤ Fabric Length: 1/2 yard of 35"-45" wide OR ⅜ yard of 54"-60" wide OR scrap fabrics
❤ Lining Fabric: ⅜ yard of 35"-45" wide
❤ Interfacing: 1/4 yard of 25" wide
❤ Notions: thread , pins, 3/4 yard of 1" wide grossgrain ribbon, ⅛ yard of 1/4" wide elastic
❤ Optional Notions: small appliqu
❤ 7 Pattern Pieces
❤ 6 Pages of 81/2 x 11 paper
❤ 2 pages of instructions
✹ In order to use this pattern, you must have access to a printer that prints 81/2 x 11 paper and a PDF reader. Be sure your printer is not scaling and is printing at 100%. After printing, tape the pages together at the indicated symbols, cut the pieces, and you are ready to go!
✹ This pattern does not contain illustrated instructions but detailed step-by-step worded instructions. You must have basic sewing knowledge in order to complete this pattern.
✹ You are allowed to make and sell as many of this pattern as you please without any written consent from me. You are not, however, allowed to offer this pattern anywhere in physical or digital form for free or at a cost.
I'm 23 and live in the Bronx with my husband and cat.