Beginner | 40 min
Michele from Simplicity teaches you how to stitch up a variety of animal hats and hoods, including foxes, bears and leopards, following an easy Simplicity pattern. You will need to purchase Simplicity Pattern 1514, available at Simplicity.com, and then Michele will walk you through every step of the pattern, including great tips on working with faux fur to create a variety of silhouettes. This is a perfect beginner sewing project, and the finished hoods will be a big hit with children (and adults) of all ages for birthday parties, halloween or just everyday fun. Simplicity Creative Group is one of the leading suppliers in the craft, sewing, knitting, hobby and home decorating categories with a long history of supplying innovative and quality products to a global customer base. Simplicity designs, produces and markets sewing patterns for individuals who love to sew. Simplicity Creative Group’s well-known brands include Simplicity®, Wright®, and Boye®
Learn how to:

Read a sewing pattern
Working with faux fur
Cut out pattern pieces
Customize hats
 
What you’ll get:
Detailed class on creating a variety of animal hats for all ages
5 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
Itemized supply list
Downloadable PDF pattern included
Step-by-step instruction by the experts at Simplicity
The ability to leave comments, ask questions and interact with other students

Chapters
Introduction
00:48
Materials
02:03
Getting Started
09:21
Make Hat
12:50
10:04
Variations
05:50
Materials
Here’s what you’ll need:
Materials:
  • Simplicity Pattern 1514 (available at Simplicity.com)
  • 1/2 yard faux fur (for outer hood)
  • 1/2 yard contrasting faux fur (for inner hood)
  • Two 5” squares faux fur (for ears)
  • 8 yards of yarn (if doing braid closure)
  • 1 yard cording (for pompon version)
  • Sewing machine
  • Thread
  • Iron and ironing surface
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape
  • Pins
  • Snips
  • Seam ripper
  • Fabric marker
  • 7” square of felt and fusible webbing (if doing version with paws)
Discussion
Notes
Your timecode tags and notes for this section
Transcript
Class Discussion
Questions or comments about this class? Join the conversation here.
1 Comment
View More Comments