Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Sun hats



The Kids Clothes Week rhythm ... sewing at night and trying to find a moment to take pictures during the day.

So day one of KCWC : Sun hats or caps, actually. 

They were priority number 1 on my list of things to sew. 
It's hard work keeping those little pale noses from being burnt. 

I wouldn't have added anything to the cap, but she demanded a pink flower. 
The pink flower somehow ;) didn't work, so I tried the wooden beads instead. 
Lucky me. She likes them.

21 comments:

greatjencreations said...

Those are adorable! I've never made a hat, but you sure make me want to try. Love the beads!

Ruby said...

I love your hats! I've been meaning to make one for my son, but can't find a suitable pattern. Did you use a particular pattern or just figure it out?

Henni said...

Those caps are so gorgeous! And great idea to add those beads.

mon ami said...

These are great! I love the fabric and I must admit the beads are a super cute touch. Who needs pink flowers anyways;)

xo

yolanda said...

me gustan sin flores! me encanta ver a niñas que NO visten de rosa!

Francesca said...

these are adorable! and i love the beads.

la casita said...

oh these look adorable...it's hard sewing at night though, when I look at the result the next morning I can always spot something wrong! looking forward to see your next creations.
happy sewing.

Andrea said...

Super cute! They look great.

Neus said...

bonito bonito!!!! Me gustan mucho!! Mi sobrina está igual con el rosa, siempre su madre le intenta colar el rojo por el rosa! jejee hacen tanta gracia! por no hablar de la purpurina!

... said...

I love these!

Jo said...

You truly are the master of pink/girly avoidance :-) Love the fabric. What else are you planning for KCWC? I wish I had more time to devote to it :-(

Clover said...

love it!

boomie said...

How pretty! Did you use an existing pattern or did you make your own?

Trula said...

Thanks you all.

@ Boomie y Ruby: I cut up one of these freebie caps airlines give to kids and then adapted it a little.

@la casita: True,I spotted some seams in the morning that I could have sworn were dead straight the night before.

@neus. Me consuela que no es mi hija la única con la mania de rosa. ¿Qué significa 'Por no hablar de la pururina?'

Isa said...

Hola!
Siempre quiero consultarte con que molde haces todas estas cosas divinas que veo! (ya se que algunos son puro invento, genial!). Este gorrito? Disculpa xq mi ingles es terrible. Saludos Isa (isamontagut@gmail.com)

Trula said...

@Isa: No sé. Normalmente hago yo los patrones. En el caso de los gorritos - corte uno gorro - uno de estos de regalo de una arealinea y lo adapté un poquito. Te prometo que no es difícil.

Trula said...

Thank you all.

@ Boomie y Ruby: I cut up one of these freebie caps airlines give to kids and then adapted it a little.

@la casita: True,I spotted some seams in the morning that I could have sworn were dead straight the night before.

@neus. Me consuela que no es mi hija la única con la mania de rosa. ¿Qué significa 'Por no hablar de la purpurina?'

Caterina Pérez said...

no sé qué me gusta más, si los sun hats o las fotos!

Trula said...

@Isa. Muchas gracias. Y el gorrito... empezé con uno de publicidad que nos dió una areolinea. Lo corté para entender como es el patrón y lo cambié un poquito. Y ningún problema escribir en castellano. Así practico yo.

Custom Children's Clothing, seamstress said...

Love the hats! They are too adorable...

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