Step 1: First Step: Pattern Time
You can buy my pattern here:
If you copy a hat, be sure to find one with darts at the top for putting the ears in.
Also, there is a pocket where the paws are, a U shaped pattern would do the trick.
The long scarf like parts of the hat, if you are not buying the pattern, also need to be drafted. I'll have to leave this solely up to you because every hat pattern is different.
Step 2: Gather Up Your Supplies
Figure out what lining you would like to use
Step 3: Mark Out the Pattern
Step 4: Mark the Names and Cut the Pieces.
When I marked my parts out on the teddy, I had many parts which almost touched. Make sure to lay out your pieces and find the best possible layout before cutting or marking.
Step 5: Sew Sew Sew!
Cut off teddy's ears, and using some of his stuffing, shove it in until they look good and add them to the hat. I had to hand stitch the ears in because my little sewing machine just would not sew through that many thick layers.
Step 6: Add the Lining
Flip and iron it. Be careful, and always check on a small scrap of fabric to make sure the iron is not too hot.