1. Make Printable Miniature Paper or Fabric Hats With Brims
2. Cowboy Hats
The felt stetson or cowboy hat tutorial explains how to shape felt to make the traditional creases. The trick here is to make a hat form that fits your doll's head so your hat will have the right proportions.
3. Tricornes for a Pirate or Revolutionary
Equally fashionable for ladies or men, the felt based tricorne is a simple hat to make. Dress these up with feathers, cockades or tiny beads for a range of styles.
4. Puritan Hat, Fez, or Leprechaun's Hat
Made from felt, these miniature hats with conical crowns can be adapted for a range of different styles and periods of men's or women's hats. They make great decorations for Thanksgiving, or can be made in green felt for St. Patrick's day.
Without the wide brim, the instructions can be used to make military Shakos or a traditional Fez.
5. Printable Chef's Hat or Touque
This Chef's hat and apron can be printed from paper or fabric, or you can use the printables as templates for your choice of materials. These can be made to fit a range of doll scales.
6. Woven Garden Hat
The hat shown here was woven from garden raffia, but you can weave it from any fiber, flat threads, grass, fine ribbon, or paper strips. The Woven Garden Hat can be left alone or decorated with ribbons, feathers or other trims. It is shaped to any size over a custom hat form made from a roll of paper.
7. Printable Witch's Hat
While some witches are shown in 'capotains' or pilgrim's hats, others favor the pointed hat made from various materials. The printable witches hat tutorial includes a printable dress, as well as printable hands and heads to make easy witches. If you want to use fabric to make your witches' hats, use the printable files as a template.
8. Santa or Elf Hats
These instructions allow you to make all kinds of traditional caps or touques, for miniature elves, or as sleeping caps for long winter nights or snoring in front of a fire. For fairies and elves, leave off the 'fur' trim of the traditional Santa hat.