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Time:0h30
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Nice 'n' Simple
Turn old sweater to a new hat.

A simple hat from a sweater.

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Instructions

  1. How to make a novelty hat. From Sweater To A Hat - Step 1 1

    Take an old sweeter and cut the bottom of one side (choose the one that looks better :D The height of the square is about 25 cm.

  2. How to make a novelty hat. From Sweater To A Hat - Step 2 2

    Now fringe it. Leave the bottom of the sweeter. It looks good at it is. It will be around your face.

  3. How to make a novelty hat. From Sweater To A Hat - Step 3 3

    Place it the good eyes facing you. the bottom of the sweeter should be at the bottom too :) Now fold it to the left and sew as shown. Sew the top and 1/3 on the left side.

  4. How to make a novelty hat. From Sweater To A Hat - Step 4 4

    Fringe or crochet the unsewed side once more using a thicker thread.




  5. How to make a novelty hat. From Sweater To A Hat - Step 5 5

    Add details if you want. I added some tassels. It's done :)

  6. How to make a novelty hat. From Sweater To A Hat - Step 6 6

    Your hat is ready to wear.

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Comments

Steph.
Steph. · Reading, GB · 206 projects

Is fringing basically sewing up the raw edges using thick thread? It looks really cute on you though! Nice tutorial ^^

CountessAudronasha
CountessAudronasha · LT · 51 projects

Yes!!! It is :D Thanks :)

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CountessAudronasha
CountessAudronasha · LT · 51 projects

You must fringe it because other way they will rip while you'll be sewing it. You might chose not to... Sorry, English is not my native...
"good eyes" - that's how we call the good side of the knitted sweater :D

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zuzubird
zuzubird · Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States

Fringe it? Why?? I don't understand why you'd mess up the sides you're planning to sew.

Place the "good eyes" facing you? These instructions are a little rough.

Steph.
Steph. · Reading, GB · 206 projects

I think CountessAudronasha meant fringing, as in, sewing up the raw edges (that will be on the inside) using thick thread, like another way of overlocking, just on knit instead. Hope that makes it clearer? ^^

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Kenia G.
Kenia G. · US

Post a picture of yourself in it.

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