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How To Sew A Bandana Visor Hat

Looking for a stylish way to keep the sun out of your eyes? Check out this sewing pattern for a bandana visor hat! With this pattern, you can create your own unique visor hat that combines the functionality of a visor with the trendy look of a bandana. Whether you're hitting the beach or just running errands around town, this hat will keep you looking cool and feeling comfortable. This sewing pattern is perfect for crafters of all skill levels, so don't worry if you're new to sewing. The step-by-step instructions will guide you through the process, making it easy to create a hat that fits perfectly and looks great. Plus, you can choose your favorite fabrics and colors to customize your visor hat to suit your personal style. So why settle for a boring old visor when you can make your own bandana visor hat that's as unique as you are?

What You Need To Sew A Bandana Visor Hat

  •  2/3 of a yard cotton fabric, I used Pink Lined Dot

  • Pellon 931TD Fusible Interfacing 9”x13” piece for the visor

  • P44F Jas Fusible interfacing 2″x 19″ piece for band

  • basic sewing tools

  • patience 

Always wash and dry fabric ahead of time to pre-shrink it.

Step 1. Cut all the pieces out of the fabric. Iron on the 931TD fusible interfacing to both visor pieces wrong side. Iron on the P44F Jas fusible interfacing to the wrong side of the band piece. Mark centers on the right side of all pieces with a fabric pencil.

Step 2. Pin the visor pieces right side together and then stitch along the outer curved edge. Notch outer curve and turn right side out and iron press. Staystitch the inner curve using a zigzag stitch.

Step 3. Align the center of the longer edge of the band and center of the inner curve right side together. Also, align the center of the bandana to the center of the visor and band. Then, pin centers together.

Step 4. Now, pin all pieces along the inner edge of the visor. Start stitching the longer band edge of the bandana, through the visor and end on the other end of the band. Do not be afraid to straighten the raw edges of all pieces to stitch it. The visor may be disfigured, but it will go back to a nice round form. Press the band and bandana wrong side together and pin, then edgestitch the raw edges of the band.

Step 5. Use a zigzag stitch to stitch the folded edges of the bandana. You can also use a zigzag stitch to finish the raw edges of the bandana.

And done.

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