DIY Bucket Hat (Street Style Look) | Q2HAN

so hot what's up cutie and welcome to our channel and on our street style book video that we upload a few weeks ago a lot of your tooties are asking where we got the paint bucket hat that too long which way yep and that's actually one of our DIY and we do have the DIY tutorials on our channel but this time you want to recreate by applying actual image of our choice onto the fabric so in the spirit of graphics toxins Creator to creator initiative we decided to create this bucket hat using our graphic design subscription and what graphics is it's a website where you can download a limited amount of images starting from photos graphics templates and time from so much more without having to worry about copyright yep so there's a link at the description box for a 7 days free trial so make sure you check it out for this part you only need about one yard of cotton fabric of your choice and and iron-on 200 papers if this video is head over to the graphic style website and at the top left corner type anything you want to look for and for this project we'll be looking for a smiley face icon could the one you like and preferably download them in either PNG or jpg then go ahead and open the image on Photoshop and resize them to your liking you will also need black and white star pattern for this projects to go ahead and search using the graphic stock search box and open the image on Photoshop and resize to your liking once you're finished print the images on a are on transfer paper first we need to find the radius of the crown circle and to do so first measure the circumference of your head and divide that by 3.

14 and then divide the answer by to draw a circular shape round pattern using the radius measurement that you've just found then draw half an inch seam allowances all around and cut one each for both made and lining fabrics next measure the same line circumference of the crown pattern and divide that by 4 let's call the answer a star using the storm measurement we just found we're going to create side panel pattern by drawing a rectangle with width that is equivalent to star measurement and height that is equivalent to 4 inch then we're going to use flash and spread method to widen the side panel to do so first draw a random three lines of vertically on the pattern and then cut the lines from the bottom to the top motion and make sure to keep the tip still attached together aka do not cut all the way through second spread the pieces so that they are approximately six and a half inch wide at the bottom width the key here is that the wider you spread the Hat will turn out sloppier so really how much you want to spread depends on your preference third tip it on top off a clean sheets of paper connect the hem and add half inch seam allowances accordingly and cut to unfold each for both main and lining fabric next we're going to create brim pattern and to do so first measure the bottom width of the side panel and let's call the measurement a star now we're going to draw a rectangle with the wrist that is equivalent to storing measurement that we just measured and height that is equivalent to three inch once again we're going to use flash and spread method to widen the brim to do so first draw a random three lines vertically on the brim pattern and then cut the lines from the bottom to the top motion and make sure to get the top tips still attached together second spread the pieces apart so they are approximately nine inch wide and again the wider you spread the more floppy the Hat will turn out so it really depends on your preference third tape it on top of a clean sheets of paper connect to him and add halfway in seam allowances all around and cut four for both main and lining fabric now remove the print from the transfer paper and place it top of the brim pattern then place a Cartman paper on top of the print and press the three layers with an iron for one to two minutes until the print is firmly attached to the pattern once you're done for the pattern so that the wrong side is facing up and cut off the excess print using the pattern outline as a guideline repeat the exact same steps for the rest of the three brim patterns and connect all four patterns together at the site seen using half an inch seam allowance repeating the exact same steps attach the smiley face image at the center of one of the side panel and once you're finished place a rest of the other side panel on top and sew both sides together in half an inch next attach to bring to the side panel in half inch seam allowance and then attach the side panel to the crown of the hat in half inch seam allowance then you should end up with something that looks like this repeat all the steps that we've done so far to create lining of the hat then turn the wrong side of the lining out and shovin the main hat inside the lining and so to bottom width of the brims together in half an inch but make sure to leave about 3 inch space unsewn because through that hole we're going to turn the correct out of a hat out lastly stitch all around the width of the brim close to the edge and then you're finished [Music] [Music] so hope you guys enjoyed this quick and easy DIY and you guys also are Thais yourself make sure take advantage of our 70 free trial link at the description box below and make sure to share your work with us by hashtagging creator to creator and again hope you guys enjoy this tutorial and you'll see like tomorrow [Music].