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From: emmysmom
Date: 01-26-2005, 05:19 PM (1 of 4)
well, i found out the name of the cap i have been looking for.....a juliet cap. but i am stilling having trouble finding patterns....can anyone help??!! thanks! :bluesad:
If God brings me to it, he will bring me through it!
User: emmysmom
Member since: 01-24-2005
Total posts: 10
From: dmoses
Date: 01-26-2005, 07:06 PM (2 of 4)
Have you tried ? Just type in 'juliet cap'.
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User: dmoses
Member since: 02-22-2002
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From: lilac
Date: 02-24-2005, 12:55 PM (3 of 4)
If you are talking about the cone shaped caps they are a very simple to make. I would try on the huskvarna viking site as I do believe they have a wizard and princess costume that should offer instructions on how to make the hats.

Basically it is a quarter of a circle and I think it was a 14" circle that I used but it has been a while. You will want some craft fuse to back the fabric with to give it the stiffness it will need and I actually think I used more than one layer but I think two would surfice. I used strips of fabric netting and ribbon to stitch in the peak but I think that there are a lot of really pretty see thru fabrics out there to try.

Zig Zag the bottom edge or apply a decorative cord to the bottom of the cone and simply stitch up the back. An elastic worked best at holding on the hat but I would also add a ribbon tie for looks.
User: lilac
Member since: 07-07-2002
Total posts: 102
From: lilac
Date: 02-24-2005, 12:57 PM (4 of 4)
Sorry, read your other post and realized it wasn't what you were looking for.
User: lilac
Member since: 07-07-2002
Total posts: 102
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