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How to Make Hats: 17 Sewing Tutorials to Make Hats You Will Love

How to Make Hats 17 Sewing Tutorials to Make Hats You Will Love The song will tell you that you're never fully dressed without a smile, but everyone knows you're never really fully dressed without a rockin' hat. Make your outfit complete by topping it off the most fedorable way you can. Hats are not only a matter of fashion, but they're also a matter of practicality. This accessory is just what you need to keep your head warm in the winter and your face sun-burn free in the summer. Learn How to Make Hats with these 17 Sewing Tutorials to Make Hats You Will Love.

 

Katniss Cowl Pattern

Katniss Cowl Pattern If you absolutely love the Hunger Games and would love to mirror the Girl on Fire's style, this is the pattern for you. This Katniss Cowl Pattern is created by upcycling an old sweater. This means even if you do not know how to knit or crochet you can still have your very own Katniss cowl. This would make an amazing fall accessory or gift for a friend. Even if you are not a fan of the series, you will love this stylish and easy green sewing pattern.

 

Convertible Scarf and Shawl

Convertible Scarf and Shawl Save some space in your closet with a two-in-one accessory. You can sew this Convertible Scarf and Shawl to dress up any outfit multiple ways. Sewing a DIY scarf and shawl is a great way to update your wardrobe without spending a lot of money. When you sew your own clothes, you get to put a personal touch on your outfits for a very low cost. You'll love showing off this fun and versatile accessory that you made all by yourself. This scarf and shawl also makes a great gift for friends.

 

The Quickest Cowl Ever

The Quickest Cowl Ever Fall is here and you did not expect it to show up so quickly. It is freezing out and you are in need of a warm accessory to kill the chill on your day out on the town. Never fear! The Quickest Cowl Ever is here. This insanely quick, no-sew idea shows you exactly how to turn that dud of a sweater you have hanging in the back of your closet into a gorgeous accessory. Your friends will never guess that it is not store-bought.

 

The Bubble Scarf

The Bubble Scarf Fleece scarves are warm and cozy for chilly weather, but they can sometimes look generic and boring. The Bubble Scarf tutorial shows you how to make a scarf that will show your unique and fun personality. It is casual enough to wear every day, but it will add interest and detail to any outfit. Use different sizes of bubbles and colors to make a scarf that is perfect for you. DIY sewing projects like this one are a great way to save money and get an elegant, customized scarf that no one will be able to believe that you made yourself.

 

Multi-Way Kita Scarf

Multi Way Kita Scarf The Multi-Way Kita Scarf is perfect for all occasions. You can wear it in so many different ways, and it will look like a new garment every time. Sewing a scarf has never been so easy, thanks to this simple tutorial that will yield great results. Autumn is the perfect season to mix up your scarf style, and the Multi-Way Kita Scarf is an excellent way to do it! You can complete any outfit with this versatile scarf that will keep you warm and cozy through the cold winter months.

 

Simple Faux Fur Infinity Scarf

Simple Faux Fur Infinity Scarf While you love the softness and warmth of fur products, you might not want to shell out for the cost of them. This Simple Faux Fur Infinity Scarf is the perfect way to stay crafty and make yourself something as warm as fur for a fraction of the price. Check out this tutorial to learn how to make an infinity scarf the easiest way possible. This homemade accessory will surely catch everyone's attention and make them wonder how you did it. DIY infinity scarves are a stylish alternative to retail merchandise, so give this great sewing project a go.

 

Fuzzy Fur DIY Cap

Fuzzy Fur DIY Cap To keep warm this chilly winter, warm hats are a must. Beat the chill with the Fuzzy Fur DIY Cap, a DIY project that is easy enough for a beginner to try. You can use a sewing machine, but this easy sewing project can also be hand-stitched just as easily. This furry hat is made to fit the size of your head, and it covers your ears so it protects against the harsh winds. Wear this fashionable accessory with a stylish pea coat or leather jacket and go through the rest of the winter in style.

 

23 Ways to Learn How to Sew a Scarf + 7 New Infinity Scarf Patterns

23 Ways to Learn How to Sew a Scarf  7 New Infinity Scarf Patterns Learn how to make a scarf out of fleece material, how to make a ruffled scarf, how to make scarf fringe, and other scarf sewing tips and tricks with 13 Ways to Learn How to Sew a Scarf.

 

Monogrammed DIY Glasses Case

Monogrammed DIY Glasses Case This Monogrammed DIY Glasses Case would be an amazing gift to give a friend for their birthday. Easily cut and sewn from stylish felt, it is super easy to personalize this gift.

 

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