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« Reply #20 on: October 25, 2008 05:45:00 AM »

I have a kinda stupid question..... What is this style hat called? In PR its called a boina but I  haven't been able to translate it appropriately. I have been wanting to buy one for my nephew since his namesake ( my abuelito) never left home without one. I know my abilities are not up actually making this (sew straight lines only  Cheesy ) so if anyone knows where i can find in small child size please let me know. Thanks

First of all- the only stupid questions are the ones you don't ask!

I have heard it called a couple of things: driving cap, golf cap, Ivy cap, and scally cap

Alot of people refer to it as a newsboy cap - but it is not quite the same as a newsboy.

If you don't necessarily want a handmade one, I know that The Children's place, and Janie and Jack are carrying them right now.

You can also usually find them (around the holidays) at Gap Kids, and Gymboree

You can find them online at these retailers right now, with Children's place being the cheapest I have found.

« Reply #21 on: October 30, 2008 06:42:47 AM »

Love it! I was making my son's Mario costume last year and for the life of me couldn't find the hat pattern anywhere! Finally, I was at the Goodwill one day and happened to find the hat in a very rough material for older men. What did I do? Of course, I bought it, took it home, ripped the seams out, placed each piece on my scanner, printed them out, cut them out, traced pattern pieces, made my son a hat. Was a little big on him but the elastic in the back helped it out. They have some patterns similar on youcanmakethis.com

Here is his:

Love your material too! I am making one for the girls soon.

« Reply #22 on: November 14, 2008 05:22:31 AM »

That hat is just too stinkin cute!

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