Ah, summer! The birds are singing and the sun is shining. We’re melting like an old popsicle. It’s the perfect time to lounge by the pool, sip on icy lemonade, and of course, protect ourselves from those relentless UV rays. What better way to keep cool and stylish with a DIY reversible hat? Bucket hats are the hat of the summer–we had to try out our own version! With a touch of creativity, and a sewing machine that hasn’t lost its sense of adventure, let’s dive into this fun and practical project!
This bucket hat is one of the summer accessories we’ve been making with our Lime Ricki swimsuit collection (seen above). All the patterns were turned into a Spoonflower store, which can be found here. Next up, we’ll show you how to create a beach bag. Keep an eye out!
DIY Bucket Hat
The following is a list of intermediates:
Lars Bucket hat Sewing Pattern
Canvas fabric 1 yard in outer pattern
Canvas fabric 1 yard in a pattern for lining