The humble, fluffy elf hat may be as familiar to many as a coat of paint and a hat for a child, but this fluffy, fluffy thing will never do for you.
So, what exactly are you going to do with it?
If you’ve got one in your garage, maybe you could make one yourself, but for those who don’t have one, here are some ideas: If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you might remember a post from 2013, which gave us some ideas about how to make an elf hat.
It’s an old-fashioned, knit-in-the-hand method, using a simple yarn, a stitch, and a few buttons, and it’s great for creating a hat with an original, vintage feel.
Here’s a quick video of it in action: The trick is to make sure your hat is well-oiled.
I found it easy to use the simple yarn and stitch to create a really good-looking hat.
If you prefer to knit your own in a different colour, it’s worth adding some of the yarns and the stitch for that colour to your hat to make it a little more interesting.
There are also some other useful tips that I’ve added below.
You’ll need a stitch marker to start, and some buttons to hold your hat together.
Make sure to make your hat as tight as you can, so it’ll hold its shape even when you’re not using it.
If your hat’s a little loose, it’ll look pretty bad when you put it on your head.
Here are some suggestions for making a good hat: Make the brim a little wider than the top of your head and fold it down in the front.
It’ll look great on the top part of your hat.
Make the front and back of your front and the back of the back and the brim, leaving the front slightly wider than your head, so that the hat won’t look awkward or weird when you wear it.
This will make your head look a bit more oval, and you can make the hat wider if you need it.
It also looks good on the back if you want to make the front of your back slightly bigger than the back.