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I recently learned of the nifty hats given out at PAX this year when I started following /Skyrim on Reddit. Not wanting to pay a bunch of money, ...
The first thing you need to do is acquire parts and tools. All of these can be found at JoAnn's or whatever craft store is nearby. Tools: Sewing ...
I made a pattern for two reasons: Practice and it sounds impressive. These fit on standard 8.5"x11" sheets of paper. Try to minimize your margins as these take ...
With your pattern printed and cut, arrange on the fabric and mark an outline with the marker.
Then cut the parts out.
Match each set with the mark-lines on the outside. Take your box of pins and pin those bad boys together. I try to focus on the main corners ...
Sewing's pretty easy. There are plenty of guides on this site that can teach you better than I can. I like to keep my excess fabric to the ...
After most sides are sewn on the horns, we need to flip them inside out and add some stuffing. I was too lazy to measure before hand, but ...
Flip the hat ride-side out and feed the horns through their holes. I angled mine slightly forward, and it probably wouldn't hurt much which ever angle you choose. ...
Put your new hat on and go kill some dragons. Or scare your dog, whatever.
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