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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 07-2010-142 (Child's Hat)

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Posted on:8/10/12 4:32 PM

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Nanax4 said...
Cute hat. I agree that it is exciting to see flat fabric turn into a 3-D hat. By the way, the information about the interfacing is there you just have to know where to find it. In the general information on page 1 of the instructions section, under "Additional information", point 5 it says, "Gray shaded areas in the cutting layout indicate which pieces are to be interfaced." In the instructions for the hat, under "Interfacing:" it says, "See pattern layout," and you see that all pieces in the pattern layout are shaded gray so you know that they should all be interfaced. Burda instructions are complete, but cryptic.
8/10/12 6:04 PM
Renren said...
Thank you so much!!! It might have taken a decade to make this discovery on my own.
8/10/12 6:16 PM
olgarosita said...
I promised my niece I would make her a summer hat and this was the pattern I wanted to use, although I haven't got to make it yet. Yours looks nice.
8/11/12 7:47 AM
Jrhee said...
Very cute hat!
8/11/12 11:28 AM
arianamaniacs said...
so cute!
8/11/12 6:25 PM
treefrog said...
That's really cute. I like how you used the different fabrics
8/13/12 4:54 AM
Margaret said...
Very cute! Nice combination of fabrics!
8/15/12 5:00 PM
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