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Topic: Cord peaked cap, three pictures [Tutorial with picture]  (Read 104853 times)
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« Reply #30 on: February 03, 2006 12:44:13 PM »

whadda u guys think... sorry no action shots  Roll Eyes


nice, the tartan looks toll. gotta wait till i get home now to make some more! Have you noticed that they have just crept into shops like Topshop? How rude of them to copy fashion gurus such as us!
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« Reply #31 on: February 03, 2006 05:21:11 PM »

I found an old sewing book from the 70"s that had instructions for a hat like this. You can trace around an iron (the kind you iron clothes with) for the pattern for the panels and adjust to your liking!

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« Reply #32 on: March 28, 2007 12:35:23 PM »

i've been looking around for hat tutorials to get an idea for a cap style i want, i keep seeing newsboys but i want a cadet so that'll be a fun mutilation, but i had an idea that might work for your brim troubles. i keep thinking of this OLD basball hat my dad has that got bleached and that i should steal the brim and shorten the depth of it. it'll be better than cardboard, the only problem i havent figured out yet is cutting through tough brims, maybe a trucker hat would be easier to cut through. but i'm sure you can aquire a hat to gut for free or cheap at least.
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« Reply #33 on: September 21, 2007 08:22:51 PM »

I really love this hat, so when the first one bit the dust in a move I tried, tried again (with the same fabric because it was still in my stash).  I'm a lot happier with this one (and my mom didn't even help me ;-) ).  So I might go get some more material and try again tomorrow!!


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