The Mupi hat has earflaps. The special compared to other cuts: There is no seam on the back of the head, which disturb especially small babies while lying, and no division on the forehead, which often cuts the motif of the fabric unattractive. The shape with the earflaps ensures that the cap covers the ears and does not slip into the face. In addition, the cap is nice close to the head, so that wind has no chance and you can even put on a bicycle helmet. The Mupi beanie can be sewn as a reversible cap. There is also a variant with chin closure available.
The cut is suitable for beginners. With illustrated step-by-step instructions and detailed sewing video, you'll surely get to your finished hat.
The sizes 36/37 to 60/61 are obtained.
This section is for home use only. For commercial use, a separate extension of use must be purchased.
- illustrated sewing instructions
- Link to the sewing video (german only)
- Pattern in size 36 / 37-60 / 61
- optionally with chin closure
- Sewable as a reversible cap
- suitable for beginners
Materials you need at home:
- approx. 40 cm Jersey (or other stretchy fabrics)
- if necessary teddy fur, fleece or similar
- if necessary jersey pushbuttons
- your usual sewing utensils (yarn, scissors, sewing machine, etc.)
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