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Are you guys excited for the movie? I'm geeking out over here. I'm totally wearing this opening night. This is a really simple pattern - the whole ha...
white polar fleece - 1/2 yd, just in case! 24 gauge black plastic coated wire or long black twist-ties for the whiskers 24 gauge white pl...
This pattern is tailored to my head size, which is:21 1/2 inches around, measured right above the ears,and 13 1/2 inches from center line of head ...
The four hat pieces will need to be overlapped and taped together. They have little diamonds so you know when they're lined up! To assemble the hat p...
*Seam allowances are included, so don't worry about those!*Measure your head around right above the ears and from middle scalp to shoulder. Once yo...
This is much easier. Simply draw a smaller line inside the pattern line. If you're smaller in one particular area, use the same techniques but draw in...
Make sure you're nice and careful during this. You don't want a wonky pattern! :D
Cut out the hat pieces first, and then the ears. The hat pieces take up more room and have to be placed in certain ways.The trick with the hat pieces ...
Place the pieces right side together (the nubby side of the fabric, remember!) and pin around the back curve. Use the right edge of your presser foot ...
Remember to do this right sides facing. :)Use the side of the presser foot again. It makes the whole thing easier!You can either to this by sewing two...
First, turn the ears right side out, getting the seams as smooth as possible. (Use something skinny and smooth to help turn the ears! I use an old cro...
Choose one of your two hat halves, and set this aside. This is going to be the outside part of the hat!Cut 8 six inch lengths of the black wire. You c...
Take the piece with the wires in it, and lay it down so the right sides are out and you can see the folded-up whiskers!Take the other piece of the hat...
Make sure to clip the flap corners! Go for 1/8 inch, everywhere except the hole where you're going to turn it.Turn it right side out, using your pokey...
Make sure your stitch length is set to the longest setting to be able to go through so many layers!Do a straight line across the bottom first, very cl...
Either use the placement I've given, or choose your own by putting the hat on the moving the ears around until you like where they are.If you choose m...
I would now recommend having a wild rumpus. If this is not available, make sure to tell everyone around you "I'LL EAT YOU UP!"Enjoy! :D
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Posted:Sep 4, 2009
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