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Cadet Cap

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The Cadet Cap will provide shade on your face and a spring in your step. Make it with an upbeat print in a sturdy twill or repurpose a pair of softly worn khakis. The Cadet Cap is fun to make and it's sized to fit the whole family. My 7-page printable PDF instructions include color photographs, pattern templates, diagrams, glossary and all the assembly directions you'll need to make hats for everyone! Sized XS, S, M, L, XL. Fits head circumferences from 16" (40.5cm) to 25" (63.5cm). Purchase of this pattern does not constitute transfer of copyright or license for commercial usage. For personal use only, do not sell items made using any portion or derivation of these designs. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY topstitch fuse interfacing SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Sized XS, S, M, L, XL. Fits head circumferences from 16" (40.5cm) to 25" (63.5cm).

Recommended with this pattern

  • 18" x 26" (45.72 x 66.04 cm) main fabric for outer hat
  • 18" x 18" (45.72 x 45.72 cm) fabric for hat lining
  • 6" x 16" (15.24 x 40.64 cm) lightweight woven fusible interfacing

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Betz White
Betz White
Betz White has built a career on thoughtful design, skilled craftsmanship and a focus on Earth-friendly materials. She is a graduate in fashion design from the University of Cincinnati, a former children’s wear designer and the bestselling author of <i>Warm Fuzzies</i>, <i>Sewing Green</i> and <i>Present Perfect: 25 Gifts to Sew & Bestow</i>. Betz has been featured on Martha Stewart’s television show as well as on the cover of Craft magazine and on numerous craft podcasts. Her bold aesthetic combined with her education in apparel design result in a unique offering of patterns and projects for the modern sewer. See what Betz is up to next at blog.betzwhite.com.