Avast ye scurvey Instructables.com community dogs! If ye like ter cook up grub aboard the barbecue grill, this here Instructable be for ye. Me, Cap'n Toglefritz, will show ye how ter rig up an apron and a hat fer cookin'. Weigh anchor and hoist the mizzen! Ye be nigh a pair o' hours from ye new apron and hat. Fair winds to ye!
Step 1: Amass Ye Booty (Materials)
- 2 yards o' white sail (cotton fabric)
- 1 can o' black Krylon spray paint
- White thread
- Sewing machine
- Measuring tape
- Masking tape
- X-Acto knives
Step 2: Make Terms With the Sail (Cut Out the Fabric Pattern)
It be the time to unsheathe ye cutlass and trim sail. Abide by the pattern a port of this ledger to cut ye white sail to a shape befitting ye apron.
Ye sail's height shall be the measure from ye neck to ye knees.
A tip from Cap'n Toglefritz: Fold ye sail in half, lengthwise, for cutting ye arm holes. The be to make certain the holes be of even size.
Step 3: Hem Ye Patterns
- Hem the four strips o' sail on all sides and press with ye hot iron with a bit o' steam. The hems shall be nigh 1/2 inch abreast. Fold ye sail into a half, lengthwise, and press using ye hot iron and steam; then unfold ye sail. Fold each half o' ye sail to the middle crease. A second time, ye shall fold the strip in half, lengthwise. Sew closed ye strip o' sail. Now ye have two pair o' straps for ye apron, smart as paint.
- Hem all sides o' ye apron shape. Use two stitches for strength. Press with ye hot iron and a bit o' steam after each hem. Proceed in this bearing:
- Arm Holes
Step 4: Attach Ye Straps to Ye Apron Body
Step 5: Apply the Jolly Roger
Spread ye sail outside atop a derelict sheet for painting. Take care and pin ye cut out Pirate Chef logo onto ye apron. Use pins to fasten down every part o' the logo. Cover ye apron with masking sail (tape). Use a X-Acto cutlass to cut shapes out o' ye masking sail. Then, batten down the hatches and begin spray painting o're the logo and cut-out shapes with ye Krylon spray paint musket.
Ye orders be these:
- Measure the distance around ye head. To this measurement ye shall add 3 inches. This shall be the length o' the sail rectangle. Ye rectangle o' sail shall be 10 inches tall.
- Take ye head measure plus 3 inches and ye shall divide it by 6.28. This shall be the radius o' the circle o' sail. Cut a length o' rigging (string) of equal length of the radius. Pin this rigging on its end ter ye sail. Then, ye be ordered ter, spin the rigging, tracing its unpinned end, ter make a circle.
Step 7: Top O' Ye Hat
Step 8: Rim O' Ye Hat
Step 9: Put Ye Hat Together
Your orders be these: First, put the edge o' ye circle piece o' sail into the top o' ye tube and use pins ter hold it in place. Second, ye shall use ye X-Acto cutlass ter cut small holes through ye tube and circle. Use ye rivet musket ter fasten the pieces together. Third, sew between the rivets.
Step 10: Paint Ye Hat
Print the patterns ye want on yer hat, the pictures shall be less than 3 inches tall. Use ye X-Acto cutlass ter cut out ye pattern like before and pin her to ye hat. A tip from Cap'n Toglefritz: Put ye hat on a paper towel roll or rolled blanket to hold it steady. Use masking sail ter cover the hat's rim. Use ye Krylon spray paint musket ter paint ye pattern as before. Then, hold ye paint musket 3 feet from ye hat and lightly spray, this shall create a speckled texture.
Step 11: Ye Be at Your Voyage's End
Congratulations, ye be now a Pirate Chef o' the seven seas. Arm ye barbecue grill, start cookin' and enjoy ye summer.