Fun fabric (1/4 of a yard will be plenty)
Scrap fabric for the number and circle
Heat and Bond Lite paper
Heavy Duty Iron on Interfacing (You want this to be really stiff stuff)
Computer Paper to make a pattern
1. make a pattern for the hat. I took a piece of regular computer paper and shaped it into a cone and then cut it into a patter. In the end I made it symmetrical. Then use the pattern to cut a piece of fabric and out
2. And also some of the heavy duty interfacing.
3. Iron the interfacing and the fabric together.
4. Then take your pattern and cut out the actual shape of the hat.
5. Next, iron some heat and bond to your scraps of fabric and cut out your number and circle. Remember it needs to be traced backwards so it will be right when you iron it on.
6. Here is the circle. I used a cup to trace a circle. I didn't want it too big.
7. Fold your hat so you find the right center to place your circle and number.
8. Then iron on the circle.
9. Followed by the number.
10. When you are all done sew the circle and number down. I did a straight stitch, but you could also zigzag it on.
11. Next fold it down and sew up the two sides together. Then fold down the bottom, pin it, and sew it down also.
12. It might try to buckle up. Keep pulling on it to keep it smooth.
13. Lastly, you are going to sew down some ribbon so you can keep it on their head.
14. Sew it down on both sides. Make sure you have enough ribbon to tie it into a cute bow.