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My Best Earflap Beanie Hat Pattern

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Product Description

Add a pop of color to your kids' wardrobe AND let them stay WARM outdoors! Use this earflap beanie pattern to make cute and easy-to-sew beanies with double-layer flaps that will fully cover the ears. They are practical and totally comfortable - no more struggles to have the kids wear their hats!

It's a great handmade present for kids that's easy and quick to sew. Did I mention it's a beginner sewing project? Easy and fun!

Never sewn with knits before? This easy pattern is a great place to start! Nothing difficult, just follow my tips. This PDF Pattern includes detailed, beginner-friendly instructions with lots of step-by-step photos. Also, you get several bonus tips to make it even easier. (No serger? No problem. Tips for sewing with regular sewing machine included! Actually, I've made all the beanies in the photos on a regular sewing machine.)

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Product Information

Product TypeDigital Patterns
Skill level Beginner
Finished Size
  • SIZING: 8 sizes (baby to adult)
  • Earflap Beanie Sizes (Unstretched) ranging from 15.5" to 23.5"
Supplies Required

This pattern is designed for knits. French terry, mid-weight jersey, or interlock knit will work best. Fleece with moderate stretch is great too, but it will be bulkier. And warmer! – More about French terry on Page 8 (see Bonus Tips)

  • knit fabric: 16" x 11" for the smallest size, 24" x 17" for the largest size
  • coordinating sewing thread, sewing machine, ballpoint needle, iron, scissors, pins
What you get This order is an instant DIGITAL DOWNLOAD and no physical product will be shipped to you, Due to the digital nature of this product, no refunds will be issued after purchase.

This pattern uses imperial measurements only (inches).

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