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by Gail Bable, copyright Dec. 2002
 
Be sure to use very stretchy polar fleece!

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Draw out your pattern adding a piece to the bottom that is 7 " x 4 1/2" .  This will make the hat a full 4 1/2" x 12.  Do add extra fabric to the bottom if you want the hat to roll up (another 2" making the hat 4 1/2" x 14").  Cut out two piece of polar fleece, stretch of the fabric going across the width. Match up and serge or sew around the sides and top.  Turn up 3 (5 for roll brim hat) inches to the inside and sew around the bottom edge (up 2 and 3/4"or 4  3/4 ") forming a hem.  If you use a machine to do the side and top seams instead of a serger , you may want to sew using a small zig-zag so the seams have some stretch.

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