The County Ear Flap Hat Sewing Pattern | Upcycle some vintage threads for classic winter style

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The County Ear Flap Hat pdf sewing pattern at worthygoods.

The County earflap hat pdf advantages

A new digital download sewing pattern is in the handmade shop! In plenty of time for chilly temps to set in, too. You can use it as an excuse to hit up the local sew shop or keep it green. Most everything about The County ear flap hat is up-cyclable, folks. The hat fabric can be made out of a thrifted wool skirt, shirt, coat; most any garment with wooly tartan-appeal. The cozy lining can be an old fleece jacket that isn’t getting any wear, or you could go organic and put some cuddly organic cotton fleece in there. Top it with an eye-catching button and you’ve got yourself a go-to bitter-weather hat.

Ear Flap The County Hat sideways PDF pattern page 3Find out more at the worthygoods blog.

And when you make one.

Let me know!




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Something new at the shop!

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Want to try some?

Head on down to the shop.


Yellow Rain Hat | Sewing with yellow raindrops and quilter’s vinyl

This makes me smile.

I think it’s the combination of yellow and cute overload.

Now you know what playtime in the studio looks like. I used Static in yellow from the organic Monsterz collection by Cloud9 Fabrics. Those little raindrops are just too darned cute not to pair with Quilter’s Vinyl for a little teensy rain hat. They practically demanded it. Monsterz are like that.

Now I’ve made this rain hat, this means it’ll be sunny all weekend, right?

You’re welcome.

Like some of that Monsterz fabric? Find it here. And quilter’s vinyl, here.