It's a bit complicated, but if you follow the instructions closely, you'll do fine!
- the printed pattern
- About half a metre of fabric
- Fusible interfasing (and a flat-iron)
- Some biastape
Step 1: Once upon a time
Some parts were too big too fit on the paper. Fit the parts with matching signs and join them. (Black dot against black dot and flower against flower. Print it out, you'll see.)
Now put them on the fabric and cut them as many times as indicated on the pattern. Add a seam of about 1 cm. Or more if you have really big head :)
In this case I wanted the right and the left sideto be different colours, so instead of folding the fabric I used two different pieces, as you can see on the last picture. That way you don't have to cut twice and they will turn out to be the same size.
Step 2: Fuse
Iron it on and wait for it to cool.
Step 3: Curly Horns
Turn it and do the same to the other half.
Step 4: Getting the middle part right
If you like to add some decorative tape, as I did, now is the time.
Beginning at the back, pin the middle part to one of the horns. Sew it.
Pin on the other side and sew it to the point where you stopped at the other side. Hard to explain... I hope the pictures will make things clearer.
At this point fold the horns and sew the front part: starting with the point you finished to the nose part.
You do this right and it turns out pretty neat! And that's what we want. Neatness.