3-4 Inch Brim Felted Witch or Wizard Hat Tutorial
Welcome any and all fiber artists! In this tutorial, you will learn how to make a Rainbow Wizard/Witch Hat. There's no knitting, crocheting, or sewing - just soapy water and a little magic. This is a copyrighted pattern and is ONLY intended for your personal use. Feel free to make hats for yourself, your friends, or your family. However making hats using this pattern that look like mine and then selling them locally or on the internet is not cool and would be considered stealing. I make a living off of my art so please do not copy or redistribute this tutorial without my permission.
Materials & Tools
• Cloche hat shaper*
• A resist material
• Clover Needle Felting Claw & Mat Cleaner
• HYDROLAC Powder Hat Stiffener
• Dish soap (scentless and dye-free preferred)
• A Large EMPTY baby powder bottle (20+oz)
• Nylon netting
• 4-5 Old Towels
A note about the cloche hat shaper. Hat block are very expensive usually, hundreds of dollars. However the hat shapers are only $28 and work perfectly for this kind of casual hat making. Please check out http://www.hatshapers.com to see all the hat shapers they offer.
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