The pattern is attached in PDFs below. When printing them, be sure to not "shrink to fit" or anything like that. The images are sized to 8.5 x11, and need to print in that size or else your pattern will be too small.
Some assembly is required with the pattern. The "Main Flap" piece is divided up into 5 or 6 different pieces and they need to be taped together, but I've made it so there are letters to help you align the pieces.
Once you get the pattern assembled, and ready to go you're going to need to gather some materials.
Note: Fionna Variation
The only difference between Finn's hat and Fionna's hat is the length of the ears. If you want to make her hat, simply make the ears longer. I didn't include this in the pattern.
Note: Sizing Issues
There have been a few users who have found the final product to be much too large. So if you find yourself having a particularly small head, or perhaps this will be made for a child. It's a good idea to print the pattern at a reduced size. Testing the printed pattern by assembling it and wrapping it around your head is always a good way to make sure it the final product will fit.
Note: Seam Allowance
The seam allowance is very forgiving throughout this project, and mine ranged anywhere from 1/4" - 1/2"
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