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Scrappy Crafts/ scrappy ‘tam.


expensive tam ‘o shanter hats you can buy here.

So, I really am designing a pattern, and I would like to sell it. In the meantime, I am making my sample hats as I tweak my pattern.

I am calling it “the shabby tam” because I use all recycled materials–even the lining is recycled!

Denim: I love working with denim. I love mixing and matching denim with other fabrics. I was at a “fill a bag for $1.00” sale a few weeks ago and picked up some great denim.



Nathanael is wearing a plaid wool and a blue wool from a skirt.





So, I really enjoy working with scraps! It has inspired me to design my own pattern. This is my contest entry for the Sew Mama Sew Scrap Challenge.

And this is also my Tackle it Tuesday post! Thanks for joining me!

#crafts #TackleitTuesday

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