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I'm looking for a free pattern for skull caps to sew. Does anyone have a pattern they could share? Thank you very much.
A tightly fitted hat is an easy pattern to crochet, and will keep a young man warm and stylish. This is a page about making a men's crocheted skull-cap.
This is a page about du rag pattern. These fun cloth head covers or skull caps are worn by men and women, and often tied from handkerchiefs.
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I am looking for a pattern for a skull cap. Not a knitting pattern, but one that I can sew from wool fabric. Can anyone help?
By Rita Palma from Bayport, NY
I've read that you can measure the size on a wool sweater, using the bottom, waist area as the "band" of the cap. Cut both sides of the sweater in an upside-down "U" shape, turn the pieces inside out and stitch them together, then turn them right side out again. Does that make sense? Sorry if I'm unclear! I hope that helps you. (01/25/2010)
I have the patterns for several styles available on E-bay. I am also making a DVD Video that shows you step by step how to assemble them. Please look on Ebay for patterns. (01/31/2010)
My son works in construction and wears skull caps to keep his hair out of his face and control the sweat a bit. They can be a bit expensive for the size of them. I want to make some for him in prints he would like, but I don't have a pattern. Is there anyone out there with a skull cap pattern they'd like to share with me, please?
Donna from Cherryvale, KS
The best place to get them maybe even cheaper than making them is at a motorcycle rally or event, we wear them under our helmets to avoid the sweat, also I usually find them at events for 2 to 3 dollars each. (04/07/2007)
I just found these links, I think they are what your looking for.
Ive also been looking for the same thing and found them at last.
Hope they help.
Check out 1headwear.com for skull caps.