Hedy Fedora Woven Unisex Hat Pdf Sewing Pattern for Kids, Teens and Adults
LEARN TO MAKE THE HEDY FEDORA!
Make this Hipster Fedora for yourself and your child!
With the Hedy Fedora Pattern you can make you and your child a sporty little hipster hat! The design features a flat crown with a narrow brim and a cute ribbon trim to complete the look. This pattern is terrific for both boys and girls!
Recommended Fabrics: Medium weight woven fabric such as lightweight cotton canvas, linen or broadcloth for outer hat and quilting cotton for lining
What You Get: This listing is for the Digital .pdf version of the pattern.
Welcome to Bonjour Teaspoon!
While on a couture tour in Paris, I met a very special little pug named Teaspoon. Teaspoon represents all things cute and fabulous to me and thus inspired the name of this enterprise. Now a little dog named Magic keeps me company in the studio, when I'm not making patterns or teaching kids how to sew.
Along with teaching kids to sew, I've developed a small line of patterns appropriate to the beginning and intermediate level sewer. The Bonjour Teaspoon pattern collection is available here, on my website and also in my brick and mortar store - The Sewing Room which is located in Alameda CA.
*Full Color illustrated pattern with step by step photographic instructions *US Imperial Measurement *3 sizes -Medium Child / Small Adult, Large Child / Medium Adult & Large Adult *Skill Level: Intermediate
Materials you need at home:
*3/4 yard medium weight woven fabric *1/2 yard lining fabric *1 yard lightweight fusible interfacing *1 yard 3/4”-1” wide grosgrain ribbon for interior *5/8”-3/4” wide decorative ribbon for exterior *Coordinating thread *Fabric scissors *Sewing Machine *straight pins or fabric weights
Hi There! I'm Jennifer Serr, the owner and designer at Bonjour Teaspoon Patterns. I also have a shop in Alameda, called The Sewing Room, where I teach sewing and fashion to KIDS, TEENS AND ADULTS. Sewing has been my lifelong passion and I've turned it into my career. You can find out more about me on my website at: www.TheSewingRoomAlameda.com