Sew your very own beanie, or even create one for a friend! Use your own choice of fabric to show off your style, and choose a texture suitable for you. If you're looking to create a super warm cuddly beanie, polar fleece is a great choice. That is what we have used to create our beanie.
This project is perfect for beginners and any sewist up to an advanced level.
- Polar Fleece fabric
- Matching thread
- Sewing machine
- Overlocker (optional)
Don't have an overlocker? Use a built-in zig zag stitch on your machine to finish off the edges to stop the fabric from fraying.
DONATE SOME TO A CHARITY
These beanies can also be donated to charity. If you want to contribute to a great cause, the charities listed below accept handmade beanies. Just send your creations in to the mailing address provided.
Are you a charity that would accept this item? Contact us to have your details added here.
PO Box 205
Capalaba QLD 4157
Embroider a badge using the Night Ninja logo and add it to your beanie ready for donation! For those who own a free arm machine, you can embroider the Night Ninja design directly onto the beanie if you wish.
Magic Moments - Grandies
228 Forest Acres Drive
Lake MacDonald QLD 4563
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Echidna project material/ fabric requirements are an indication only and can seem to be generous. This has been intentional. Should you make a cutting or embroidery mistake you will have sufficient fabric to rectify your error.