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Straightforward No Sew – Selfmade Fleece Hat

Straightforward No Sew – Selfmade Fleece Hat

At this time I’ll train you how you can make a brilliant cute fleece set: no-sew hat, easy-sew scarf, and easy-sew mittens. Good for these chilly winter days.

What you will want (this is similar for a kid or an grownup):
Hat: half yard of fleece
Scarf: 1/Three yard of fleece
Mittens: approx. 1/Four yard of fleece. This will simply be created from scraps. You have to Four items which might be a couple of inches bigger than the recipient’s hand.

Be aware: On these tasks, we’re chopping two layers of fleece, after which we’re tying the highest and backside items collectively. When chopping the perimeter, you’ll get one of the best outcomes in case you maintain the 2 items of cloth collectively and reduce each layers directly. This makes it so they’ll line up properly while you finally tie them collectively. Additionally, strive to not stretch the fleece as you narrow or sew it.

MAKING THE HAT

This hat has knots all up the again of it, and a cute pom-pom on high! No stitching concerned.

 
Step 1. Measure the recipient’s head circumference, and add 6 inches. We’ll name this “your size”. Lower a bit of fleece to be 14″ vast , and “your size” lengthy.
For instance, if the pinnacle circumference is 20″, the piece of fleece can be reduce to be 14″ x 26″.
Step 2. Fold the material in half so the peak is 14″ and the fold is on the left.

 

Step 3. The underside edges are uncooked, they’ll keep this manner. Beginning on the backside right-hand nook, reduce fringe up the aspect of the hat. The perimeter ought to be about 3″ lengthy and half inch vast. Cease while you get 3″ from the highest. Lower a 3″ sq. out of the nook.

 

Step 4. Lower 3″ fringe alongside the highest of the hat.

 

Step 5. Beginning on the backside right-hand nook, tie every pair of fringe collectively (high layer to backside layer). Tie it twice so it is in a knot. Make the knot agency, however not tremendous tight. Work your approach up the aspect of the hat. Cease on the high.
 Step 6. Now collect all the high fringe in a single hand, leaving the right-most pair out.  Use the right-most pair to tie a knot across the fringe you simply gathered.

 

 

Step 7. Fold the underside of the hat up twice to make a cuff.

 

 

 

MAKING THE SCARF

This two-layered scarf is sewn collectively on both sides, with fringe tied collectively on the ends. Very simple and comfortable!

Step 1. Lower two 6″ strips of fleece. They are going to be about 60″ lengthy.
Step 2. Lower the selvage edge off each ends of every piece.
Step 3. Lay out the 2 items, unsuitable sides collectively. If the items do not line up precisely, you can trim at this level.
Step 4. Pin the 2 items of fleece collectively. Place a pin 6″ from every finish. This can be your stitching beginning/stopping factors. Pin in a couple of extra locations. This can make stitching lots simpler, as it is going to maintain the fleece from stretching.

Step 5. Sew a line alongside each lengthy sides of the headband, beginning 6″ from the tip. You should utilize a protracted straight sew for this.

Step 6. Lower fringe on every finish of the headband. The perimeter ought to be roughly 6″ lengthy and half inch vast. Tie the perimeter into knots, tying the highest piece to the underside piece.

MAKING THE MITTENS

Step 1. Place the recipient’s hand on the unsuitable aspect of the fleece (or a bit of paper if you wish to make a template). Use a marker to hint round their hand, leaving roughly 1.5″ of area across the hand. Be sure that the fingers are collectively comfortably, and the thumb is prolonged. Lower this piece out.

Step 2. Use this primary piece as a template to chop out Three extra items. Be sure you reduce the fleece so you find yourself with the back and front for each mittens.

Step 3. Lay the mittens right-side collectively to arrange for stitching. Use a decent zig-zag sew. Sew near the sting. Once you sew the curve between the thumb and fingers, attempt to stretch the material a bit to make this a pleasant curve.

Step 4. Fold the wrist uncooked edge up and stitch throughout to make a pleasant hem on the wrist.
Step 5. Flip right-side out.

Now that I made a set for my daughter, my son needs some!
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