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Article 34 - February 07, 2011
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How to Make / Sew a Faux Fur Lined Hat

By Jessica Lynn Harris

Step by step photographed instructions on how to sew a faux fur lined hat.

 
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You will need:  1/2 yard of faux fur, 1/2 yard of lining (satin and brocade work well), and a circle drawing compass. 

 

First step in this quick to sew faux fur lined hat article.

Cut a strip of faux fur 26x8. Cut a strip of lining 26x4. 

Using a circle drawing compass, cut a circle with a diameter of 8 1/4 from both the lining fabric and faux fur. 

Fold the faux fur strip right sides together so that the short ends meet. Pin and stitch short ends. Do the same to the lining.

How to Make / Sew a Faux Fur Lined Hat

With right sides together, pin the faux fur circle to the faux fur strip. Stitch around the top.

Do the same thing to the lining of the hat.

Do the same to the lining.

How to Make / Sew a Faux Fur Lined Hat

Keep faux fur so that the wrong side is facing out. Turn lining so that the right side is facing out. Tuck lining into faux fur, matching seams. (If done correctly, right sides will be together.) Note: Since the faux fur is longer than the lining, it may buckle a bit. Pin and stitch around the bottom, leaving an opening. 

How to sew a lined faux fur hat article.

Turn hat right sides out. Tuck lining into faux fur. Some of the faux fur should fold into the inside of the hat. Hand-stitch the opening closed. 

Here's the handmade faux fur lined hat, no pattern was need to make this project.

Enjoy your lined faux fur hat! Make sure you make the matching faux fur muff to go with it!

 

Ciao Bella,
Jessica

 

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