Hello DIY‘er!!! Such a joy to begin this new year with so many goals, dreams and wishes! I hope you have a lot as well. Always being positive, working hard and being constant in all we do, will insure this year to be even better than last year! And since we are starting this year, let’s also start with the first tutorial of 2014! Easy and quick to do, but with a very cool final look!
My grandfather always used to tell me that diseases enter through the head, and he always said we should wear a hat or cap during the cold seasons… So to remember my grandfather I made this DIY dedicated to him. Get inspired too, and customize your winter hat!
- Winter Hat
- Thin and flat belt
1. Insert the belt through the ribbon loop which generally is on the right side. That way it will not come off from above and will not move from its place.
2. Set it to close to your measurement and mark where you want the hole.
3. Make the hole with the punch. If you don’t have a punch, you can make the hole heating a thick metal needle and passing it through.
4. Cut diagonally or straight off the excess of the belt.
I love the look that the metallic belt gives this classic winter hat. You can do a thousand combinations depending on the style of your hat.