26 July 2008

Lotta Jansdotter Sun Hat

The sun is brutal here. As someone with a fair complexion who hit her 30s this year, I need to do more to protect my skin. I'm also someone with a bit of time on my hands lately, so I decided to make one with some fabric I had on hand and a pattern from Lotta Jansdotter's Simple Sewing . This was my second project since picking up sewing again, and aside from a few imperfections, the process was pretty simple.
The hat, however, looks a bit goofy. I had read other reviews of the pattern (including Julia's) stating that the sizing was off and the hat was huge. Once I cut the patttern out it didn't look so big, and I figured I have a huge head anyway . . . wrong. It's still big, even after trimming 1/2" off the crown.

On dog walks and days outside, though, it will do it's job!

3 comments:

T.Allen-Mercado said...

I actually think the size is perfect, adds to the charm. I am in awe of anyone who can sew as I struggle between threading the bobbin and complete psychosis!

jkziel said...

very lovley. I actually like the big loose fit.

I should post the mock-up hat I made for my 5 year old--it showed potential, but it had a ways to go and I have put the idea in the back of my head.

jkziel said...

big=bit

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