Hungry Caterpillar Hat

I’m so excited to show you Jairah’s finished hat.  I borrowed quite a bit of time from my day yesterday, but so glad I did!  Jairah was more than happy to participate in a photo shoot today and thankfully the weather behaved itself and it didn’t rain.  It was really hard to narrow down which photos to choose, the poser Jairah is.  He is always happy to flash a cheeky smile for the camera.  The hat it fully reversible, so imagine the endless combinations of fabrics you could use.  Some scrap material was salvaged and sewed onto a plain tee-shirt, because we all know it is fun to accessorise, right?  I can happily recommend the pattern.  I made the largest size (21″) for Jairah and although it’s a little too big, it still sits well on his head.  So tempted to make more!  But then, my list of ‘to sew’ items is longer than I may ever have time for, so who knows.

Inside of hat

The pattern for the hat can be found in, Oliver + S, Little Things to Sew, by Leisl Gibson.

I hope you are finding time for the things you love doing too.

Jacinta x

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  • http://pumpkinsunrise.com karen

    love the two prints you chose for the hat! I see a spring and summer where your son is sporting head wear!

  • http://melbatoast68.blogspot.com Melissa

    The hat is great, but then so is the model 😉

  • http://the-random-thoughts-in-my-head.blogspot.com Jennifer Miller

    The hat turned out SO CUTE! If it’s as easy as you say, I might even be able to do that!

  • http://www.becomingclaudine.blogspot.com Claudine

    So sweet! I have a couple hat patterns that I have been tempted to make, but as you’ve said, there is always more to sew than there is time! I love the mix of fabrics!