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« on: February 13, 2012 07:32:14 AM »

I made these before Christmas and just got around to posting the pictures. I'm sick today so I'm not working and I get to catch up on all kinds of things like posting and surfing my favorite crafty site.
I hope to make more of these as time allows as they are so fun and I do wear a shower cap as I don't wash my hair everyday and sometimes I take 2 showers a day and don't want to goober up my hair.  I've even had requests from men for these caps so guess these are ubber popular now.  Cheesy

The first one I made was to small so I gave it to my daughter and the polky dot one is mine and is the right size.  I have some other ideas on how to make these better. 

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« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2012 08:19:37 AM »

What kind of fabric are you making these out of to make them water proof? These way cute!
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« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2012 08:58:56 AM »

Thanks.  Smiley

The first hat I used cotton fabric and used iron on vinyl but that was a pain and the cap came out crunchy, which isn't bad but I didn't want crunchy plus it was to small for me. lol  The polky dot one I used cotton fabric and lined it with shower curtain vinyl. I am going to be using laminated cotton to see if it comes out nicer than the iron on vinyl I tried. I know it's almost the same thing but the stuff I ordered doesn't seem as "crunchy". lol Cheesy
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