Santa’s hat

This Santa’s hat goes with the santa’s dress that you can find here. It is very easy to sew and will only take a few minutes and very little material. I used a soft velvet so the hat can drop on the shoulder has real ones do.
Happy sewing, and happy Holidays!
Material:
-    One rectangle of red velvet 5” x 3 ½” (13cm x 9cm)
-    A band of fur 3 ½” (9cm)
-    A little piece of white fur

How to sew the hat:
-    Pleat the velvet with the smallest side on the bottom
-    Cut the fabric in diagonal from one corner to the other
-    Sew a hem on the bottom
-    Sew the hat on the side
-    Sew the fur on the top of the hat


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14 Responses to Santa’s hat

  1. Tabitha says:

    So cool! I’ve made a couple hats like these this year already for Monster high dolls and my Pullip, it’s awesome to see you post a tutorial for barbie sized ones!

  2. Lyndsey says:

    wow this is great i also asked tabitha a.k.a. MeLoveGangrels how to make these in a flickrmail and it is so cool you have a tutorial now too thankyou for being so fantastic

  3. Lyndsey says:

    i have nearly finished i just need to sew the sides and the felt on the top of the hat (i had no white fur so i used white felt instead)

  4. Lyndsey says:

    miss b couture i just finished it looks great thankyou so much i have struggled to make one of these for ages and i finally made one because of you.

  5. Lyndsey says:

    i will have to post it tommorrow because there isn’t much light out and with my normal light you can not see the picture properly but you will have something to look forward to tommorow morning.

  6. Lyndsey says:

    Miss b couture i have now uploaded the santa hat picture on flickr

  7. aimee says:

    i love it <3

  8. Marie says:

    would like to have the pattern for the wedding dress

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