Hello! Sara here with a tutorial for a Romantic Wide Brim Hat, featuring the Simple Bucket Hat Free Pattern from The Essentials Club and the Serpentine Hat from Elbe Textiles.
I always wear wide-brimmed hats in the summer and surprisingly have never tried making once. Recently I was inspired to make my own after viewing many stunning ones on Instagram, and I was so excited to find this free pattern from The Essentials Club. I love her YouTube Channel as she’s very talented and her makes are gorgeous. If you haven’t been to her channel.
For my first few wide brim hats, I modified The Essentials Club’s Simple Bucket Hat pattern (I’ll share how in the video). If you’re not a fan of wide brimmed hats, go ahead and download the simple bucket hat pattern and make that – you can never go wrong with it. But if you want to make a wide brimmed hat and don’t want to draft your own pattern, you can purchase this gorgeous wide brim hat pattern from Elbe Textiles.
There are many many options and mods to choose from – I’ll try to list them in the video!
So if you find that your head is bare these days, I encourage you to sew-along a hat with me, which is summer’s most practical, stylish, and dare I say romantic accessory.
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The pattern I used
FREE Simple Bucket Hat Pattern:
The Essentials Club – http://theessentialsclub.com/blog-posts/bucket-hat
YouTube Channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJU0ZInbzHWY-IA2XdGkJtw
You will learn how to modify it to a Wide Brim
$5 Serpentine WIDE BRIM Hat Pattern: Elbe Textiles https://elbetextiles.com.au/products/serpentine-hat
The fabrics I used in the video:
Serpentine Hat :
Warp + Weft 2 Premium Yarn Dye Black & White Mini Gingham
Black Big Floral – Garden Party – Rosa in Black Canvas
Modified Simple Bucket Hat :
Country Flower in Pine for Prairie
Washing Cotton in Warm Beige
Soft Wire: You can use any kind of soft wire.
I bought mine from Michael’s but you can purchase it here.
The sewing machine I have:
Bernette B37 Swiss Design Computerized Sewing Machine
LDH Scissors and thread snip
The items I always use for my sewing project
Tailor’s Chalk Pencil
Poly Sewing Thread
Lightweight Fusible Interfacing
Flat Head Pins
Wash-away Wonder Tape
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