A new craft every day
Making friends websites Making Friends Girl Scout Leader Badge in a Bag Scout Swaps Patch Fun Making enemies

No Sew Fleece Pom Pom Hat

When the weather outside is frightful, take a few minutes with the kids to create this warm and easy No Sew Fleece Pom Pom Hat.

Supplies

Fleece
Masking tape if you want to be really accurate
Good scissors

Instructions

1.Cut a piece of fleece that measures roughly 35cm (14 inches)high with a length that equals the circumference of the recipient's head plus 15cm (2 inches) for the fringe and another 3cm (1.25") for comfort factor.(You don't want this hat to be too snug because then the knots in the brim could be annoying.)


2.Place piece of masking tape along the vertical edges, leaving a space of 7.5cm (3 inches) between the tape and the edge.

3.Mark off increments of roughly 1.5 cm (2/3 inch) on the tape, and cut fringe according to these marks. (I have to confess, I skipped this part and just eyeballed my fringe, which is probably why the bows are not all the same!)

4.Bring two fringed edges together and tie small double knots between corresponding pieces from each edge

5.Fold bottom of hat up twice to form a brim. (For boys you may want to turn hat inside out at this point.)

6.Decide on the height of the hat, and using a piece of fleece or ribbon, gather the top of the hat and tie tightly

7.Un-do any knots above this tie, and cut off fringe.

8.Make vertical cuts in top portion of hat to create the look of a pom-pom. Trim if necessary.

9.Ever dreamed you could make something so cute so quickly?

This craft is reprinted courtesy of CreativeJewishMom.com.

Listed under:

Dress Up Crafts, Early Elementary Craft, Gifts to Make

Tagged as:

What do you think?

Image of No Sew Fleece Pom Pom Hat

Contributor

Image of CreativeJewishMom.com
CreativeJewishMom.com

Visit me at CreativeJewishMom.com. on the exciting journey of giving greater meaning to the everyday through creativity. This blog is my way of sharing with you the joys of crafting, decorating, cooking, and gardening. I love simple ideas, recycling and quick transformations.

You might also be interested in

Google+