Thursday, June 11, 2009

Newsboy Cap

Help! Where can I find a pattern for a newsboy cap? Preferably free? I know, tall order.
It has to be just like this one with the "slouched forward" top. And I'd like to find pattern sizes for both babies/child and adults.

Thanks for any help!

7 comments:

GlassFlower said...

I think the front usually snaps down to create the slouch, just an fyi if you find a pattern that doesn't slouch.

Jackie said...

Love the hat. My son actually got one at Kohl's. Don't know where you could get a pattern though, sorry.

Jen said...

Not sure if this might be helpful:

http://mushroomvillagers.wordpress.com/the-eddie-cap-tutorial/

SheSaidWHAT?? said...

http://www.clevergirl.org/2010/02/191-read-all-about-it-newsboy-cap-free.html

awesome pattern, free PDF download and tut. leave a comment and thank her! <3

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