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Lumberjack Hat (AKA Trapper Hat)
For dolls with 12” (~30.5cm) heads like Maplelea/AG
As always this pattern is © by me (Jennie Bagrowski) and is for your personal use only, you MAY share it by linking to this
blog, you may NOT sell it or upload it to any site without my permission. If you sell things made from this pattern I’d
appreciate credit for the pattern design.
If you downloaded this elsewhere it was stolen from: http://jenwrenne.wordpress.com
I assume you have basic sewing knowledge and the explanation should suffice, but if you need help please email me!
Quarter inch seams allowed unless otherwise specified.
Doll is Maplelea Friend KMF10. Available at http://www.maplelea.com/en/
or sometimes http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=maplelea .
Coat is from the “Fun in the snow” pattern available here:
Maplelea can wear the AG size with coat sleeves lengthened about ¾”
Fabric selection is important to the fit of this hat! For the fur lining part, you’ll need to use either a very fluffy fleece or a
soft faux fur, preferably with some stretch. Look at the back of the fur to see if it was constructed as a knit or woven,
and pull to see that it stretches a little. For the outer lining, use thin fleece or any medium-weight woven like
flannel/baby corduroy/waterproof outerwear fabric scavenged from an old jacket/etc.
I know, I know, you want it for some other size doll, right? Well, because of all the seams that need to line up, it’s a
trickier process than normal. Remove the ¼” seam allowance all around, divide the size you want in inches by 12,
enlarge/reduce on a copier and re-add the seam allowance.
Make brim (not shown - sew around curved edge, leaving straight edge open. Clip, turn.)
Make hat and lining
Baste brim to lining
Sew together right sides leaving opening at center back (where pin is in first pic)
Clip, turn, topstitch if desired
Slipstitch opening closed or catch in topstitching
Depending on the stretchiness of your fabric you may
need to trim off up to 3/8” from this edge after sewing
to side pieces