Date - 21/07/2022
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
1745 Warwick Road, Knowle, Solihull
Learn to sew a bucket hat
Believe me – you need one of these hats in your life! Take your sewing skills to the next level and learn to sew a reversible bucket hat. You can sew one to match any outfit or one for every day of the week! It is a great project for using up fabric scraps.
This class is suitable for those who are comfortable with the basics of a sewing machine i.e. winding bobbin, threading the machine, basic stitches.
Sewing the hat includes sewing curves together which is tricky so this is an ideal class to learn some tips and tricks on how to sew curves.
The pattern you will use is the Waves and Wild Sandcastle Bucket hat.
Due to copyright issues, the pattern will be available in various sizes for you to use during the class. In order to repeat the project at home you will need to download the pattern yourself from their website (this is free of charge).
Pattern size range:
Newborn – XL adult
For size chart please see here.
Equipment and Materials included:
- Janome sewing machines and basic sewing tools provided to use.
What you will need to bring:
- Fabric –
A popular choice is a quilting weight cotton. You could also use a denim or canvas.
Baby/child sizes: maximum of 30cm inner fabric and 30cm outer fabric.
Adult sizes: maximum of 40cm inner fabric and 40cm outer fabric.
- Interfacing can be used to make the outer brim more stiff.
- Matching or contrasting thread
“I absolutely love my hat that I have made and can see a lot more of these being made – one for all of the family. It’s such a great pattern with an amazing size range – from newborn to Adult XL – something for everyone! These would make fabulous gifts!!!”
This workshop is fully booked.
To add your name to the waiting list or be contacted about future classes get in touch today.