Sunny Hat - Flower Add-on

Sunny Hat - Flower Add-on

$2.00 USD
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Transform the FREE Sunny Hat pattern into a hat fit for a flower fairy with this charming add-on.  

The panelled design of the Sunny Hat lends itself so well to a scalloped, petal edge, that we just couldn't resist!  Sew an entire garden of flower-inspired hats - all the functionality of the Sunny Hat with a dash of extra whimsy.

Skill level:  Adventurous beginner 

  • Generous brim with scalloped "petal" edge
  • Two styles of scalloped edge
  • Fully lined and reversible
  • Available for all 11 sizes from Preemie to Adult L

Make old things new again! Twig & Tale patterns pair wonderfully with recycled fabrics.  Look to cotton business shirts, or linen shirts, trousers or skirts for warm weather hats.  

Sizing + Supplies

The Sunny Hat Flower Add-On pattern includes 11 sizes from preemie through to L adult
View size chart + materials list 

Printing Info

This digital pattern is tiled and designed to print using your home printer on either US Letter, or A4 paper.  

Also included are a wide-format file that can be taken to a copy shop and printed on single sheets of A0 paper, as well as a projector file.  

The pattern includes a nifty “layers” feature, allowing you to print only the size(s) you need, or all of the sizes. Full step-by-step printing instructions are supplied.

FAQ

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Customer Reviews

Based on 73 reviews
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C. (Winkler, CA)
Easy and adorable

This pattern was easy to follow and looks so adorable on my son! I’m currently creating my 2nd and 3rd sunny hats for him as we speak!

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Taryn (Sydney, AU)
Aussie Sunny Hat

I made this for my grandson. I lined the hat with red flanelette so it is warm in the cooler weather. The pattern was easy to follow & the instructions were clear. I added a "Homemade with love" tag on the brim, & a little heart tag on the crown. Next one will have a fancy button I think! I like that there is no back or front to this hat. Just put it on!! Fabulous :)
Thank you for sharing your pattern for free. Very generous of you.

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Ingrid Martian (Frankfurt am Main, DE)
Cute Hat

Lovely pattern, quick to sew and very comfy to wear. I have already made two out of linnen.
Thanks for the easy to follow and nice to look at tutorial.

K
Kerrie Jarvis (Sydney, AU)
Great hat!

I made an opening for my ponytail so the hat fits better. When sewing, watch your seam allowance as (with 6 seams) it’s easy to make the hat too small or too big. A great hat for all ages.

J
Judy Hill (Cochrane, CA)
Such a cute hat!

This pattern and help from video were easy to follow and turned out so cute. I made 3 for my granddaughters to match their Petal wrap dresses I had done. They look so adorable in them. I will be making more - one for myself and whoever else in my family that would like one. With the smaller size though the petal flower add-on was a bit difficult to turn smoothly but it didn't matter still adorable.

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Pat Wilson (Port Elgin, CA)

Easy to follow. First one too big had to make a second
My niece wouldn’t take it off at bathtime

L
Lynne Mitchell (Sydney, AU)
Sun hat

Pattern was easy to follow but a little bigger than I expected but still awesome!

S
S.B. (Stoke-on-Trent, GB)
Sunny hat

Brilliant, came together easily. Far easier than a bucket hat!

B
Barbara Reynolds (Norwich, CA)
Adorable hat

I made this as part of an Easter outfit for my granddaughter and it is beautiful. I used the petal add on for a sweet spring look. Great sew great look and great fit.

A
Anne (Croydon, GB)
Great pattern

Loved making this sun hat, clear instructions and a very handy tip before turning to right side out! Had to make a second as first one came up a bit big.

Customer Reviews

Based on 73 reviews
99%
(72)
0%
(0)
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0%
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(1)
C
C. (Winkler, CA)
Easy and adorable

This pattern was easy to follow and looks so adorable on my son! I’m currently creating my 2nd and 3rd sunny hats for him as we speak!

T
Taryn (Sydney, AU)
Aussie Sunny Hat

I made this for my grandson. I lined the hat with red flanelette so it is warm in the cooler weather. The pattern was easy to follow & the instructions were clear. I added a "Homemade with love" tag on the brim, & a little heart tag on the crown. Next one will have a fancy button I think! I like that there is no back or front to this hat. Just put it on!! Fabulous :)
Thank you for sharing your pattern for free. Very generous of you.

I
Ingrid Martian (Frankfurt am Main, DE)
Cute Hat

Lovely pattern, quick to sew and very comfy to wear. I have already made two out of linnen.
Thanks for the easy to follow and nice to look at tutorial.

K
Kerrie Jarvis (Sydney, AU)
Great hat!

I made an opening for my ponytail so the hat fits better. When sewing, watch your seam allowance as (with 6 seams) it’s easy to make the hat too small or too big. A great hat for all ages.

J
Judy Hill (Cochrane, CA)
Such a cute hat!

This pattern and help from video were easy to follow and turned out so cute. I made 3 for my granddaughters to match their Petal wrap dresses I had done. They look so adorable in them. I will be making more - one for myself and whoever else in my family that would like one. With the smaller size though the petal flower add-on was a bit difficult to turn smoothly but it didn't matter still adorable.

P
Pat Wilson (Port Elgin, CA)

Easy to follow. First one too big had to make a second
My niece wouldn’t take it off at bathtime

L
Lynne Mitchell (Sydney, AU)
Sun hat

Pattern was easy to follow but a little bigger than I expected but still awesome!

S
S.B. (Stoke-on-Trent, GB)
Sunny hat

Brilliant, came together easily. Far easier than a bucket hat!

B
Barbara Reynolds (Norwich, CA)
Adorable hat

I made this as part of an Easter outfit for my granddaughter and it is beautiful. I used the petal add on for a sweet spring look. Great sew great look and great fit.

A
Anne (Croydon, GB)
Great pattern

Loved making this sun hat, clear instructions and a very handy tip before turning to right side out! Had to make a second as first one came up a bit big.