Classic Cap

from Amy Barickman

Classic Cap Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

This all-season pattern makes a lined brimmed hat with several embellishment choices. Simple to construct with hidden back elastic for good fit. Two bill sizes included. Use repurposed menswear or denim or choose quilting cotton or corduroy to top your outfit with style. Instructions included for flower, bow, tab and button embellishments.Connect with us and receive rewards! Sign up for our eNewsletter to receive a FREE downloadable eBook & DISCOUNT CODE for your next order! PLUS "Like" us on Facebook & receive an additional FREE ePattern! Visit our website & blog for more giveaways, freebies,
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  • Main Hat Fabric: 1 Fat Quarter or 1/3 yard 45" fabric (to allow for shrinkage)
  • Hat Lining Fabric: 1 Fat Quarter or 1/3 yard 45" fabric
  • Light weight fusible interfacing for hat band: scrap 12" x 3"
  • Heavy weight fusible interfacing such as Pellon Craft Fuse for hat brim: 1/4 yard or scrap approx 9" x 15"
  • Repurposed denim suggestions: jeans at least size 8 or a flare-leg jean if you wish to avoid having to piece top
  • 7" piece of wide single fold bias tape or soft grosgrain ribbon 1" wide, 3 1/2 " piece of 5/8" wide elastic, thread

About Designer

About Designer

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Indygo Junction Inc., founded by creative entrepreneur Amy Barickman, is an established sewing and crafts business that offers stylish and timeless high-quality patterns and a variety of idea-rich project books. Amy continues to work with artists and designers from around the world to create unique projects, having sold over 2 million books and sewing patterns.

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