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Reversible Bucket Hat


Get ready for sunnier weather and help protect your little one’s head and face with a custom-made reversible sun hat. In this class you will learn how to make a bucket style sun hat, sew curves with ease and use piping for an accent. Makes a great gift for that special child in your life!

Please note: the pattern that is included with this class ranges from size 6 months to adult. So, you may choose to make a hat for an adult. Stop by shop to see sample. $39

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WHAT TO BRING: (10% discount on all supplies available at Stony Brook)

Basic sewing supplies:
Sewing machine in good working order, power cord, foot control

Sewing machine manual
All purpose sewing presser foot
Small scissors or snips to cut threads
Rotary cutter (optional, but recommended)
Seam ripper
Fabric marker, pen or marking chalk
Pins (Wonder Clips are optional, but recommended)
Universal sewing machine needles, size 80/12 (also size 90/14 if using canvas or denim)
Coordinating good quality all-purpose thread (polyester or cotton)

Project Supplies:

If you want to ensure that the hat you are making will fit a particular person, measure the circumference of that person’s head and bring that measurement with you to class.

1/3 yard quilt-weight cotton fabric, or lightweight canvas, denim or twill for exterior hat (For adult sized hats, bring 1/2 yard of fabric.)
1/3 yard quilt-weight cotton fabric for the interior/reversible side of hat (For adult sized hats, bring 1/2 yard of fabric.)
1/3 yard medium weight woven fusible interfacing (Pellon Shape-Flex SF101)
Optional: 1 package bias piping in color that coordinates with fabric
Optional: Piping presser foot if using piping on your hat (zipper presser foot is optional to sew piping)
Paper scissors to cut pattern pieces
Pen and paper to take notes