Downtown Hat pattern 3m-12y unisex

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Downtown Hat pattern 3m-12y unisex Pattern


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Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Pattern Description:

What a perfect hat for your little trendsetter! This pattern is for the Downtown Hat. The hat is a modern take on a baseball cap and way more comfy! A modern and classic design that is a staple for any child's wardrobe.
Made with a modest amount of fabric, this pattern is great for up-cycling and reusing scraps.
this hat is super lightweight and easily folded when not in use (don't worry about crushing it)
Embellish with flowers, feathers, bows, or buttons, the possibilities are endless! this pattern includes many examples of finishing details and embellishment options
This will be your favorite thing to sew!
Can be made in an hour or so! (even faster once you get the hang of it) GREAT for beginners

NO SERGER NEEDED - as always, all my patterns are great for those just starting to sew and all you need is a sewing machine - no fancy tools needed!

This easy to sew pattern features all color photos and
pages of step by step instructions

Includes a full tutorial for hat, print and cut pattern (no scaling needed)

***This is for the PDF pattern only, not the actual hat.

Sizes: 3m - 12y (maybe even older depending on the fabric you choose)

This pattern is designed by heidi & finn. All designs are copyrighted 2009-2013, all rights reserved. we work hard on our patterns so please respect that they are for personal use only

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • nb - teen


  • 1/2 of knit material
  • scraps for embellishments - optional
  • buttons, flowers for embellishment - optional

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  • matching thread

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