Fat Quarter Crown

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Fat Quarter Crown
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With just one fat quarter and a little bit of time, you can learn how to make a dress-up crown for your little boy or little girl. Helping your child play pretend has never been easier than with the Fat Quarter Crown. This sewing project for beginners goes together easily and can be adjusted to fit any little head that might want to wear it. Whether you are adding this pretty little project to a DIY Halloween costume or just want to have it for school plays, this DIY crown is sure to come in handy.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine


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This little costume crown pattern is so adorable and simple to make! And using up fabric scraps you have on hand is so,practical too! But you can also find some fancy fabrics in the remnants section if you want to opt for purpose appropriate fabric such as some gold or bronze metallics for the crown, especially for a fella, if you don't want tomgomthe floral route! You could sew and glue on some plastic gems here and there or opt for some gem stone ribbon around the edges! Lots of creativity potential on this one! Super!


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