…for a stuffed monkey.
Not my intention.
While looking around blogland for Gatsby-inspired digs (can’t wait for this movie AND Vintage May!), I stumbled upon this random free pattern and instructional video for a “flat cap”. Thought I’d give it a try. But I wasn’t sure about how to get the right size for printing. What’s a dpi anyway?
Whatever I ended up with looked about right for a kid…okay maybe a baby, I’ve got one of those.
I knew it as I got halfway in. But I was having so much fun! It’s actually a great pattern!
My mother’s helper will love this for her AGDs!
Watch out for the food police! I love that my first rule is eat with utensils. That’s embarrasing.
We had some major laughs around here with each kid and husband trying this thing on!
Wes gives it
TWO SNAPS UP IN A ZIG ZAG FORMATION!
I’ll have another go at this soon, just increased it 30%, so wish me luck.
And, now I will EAT YOU MONKEY!
8 thoughts on “I made a hat”
Loved the last photo. And how about a picture of just the poster? That is a viral thing waiting to happen!
hilarious! good news- the vest i made grant last night should fit that monkey perfectly too! -E
So funny! Yes, you should pin that poster!
Lollll, awesome post! That hat is ridiculously cute on the monkey and the babe.
Thanks! Just made one that actually fits!
CRACKING ME UP!
cute hat! dpi – dots per inch. 🙂