You can make this cute Baby Yoda Hat inspired by the Mandalorian. With some fleece, quilting batting and sewing basics plus fleece fun’s free pdf sewing pattern this hat sews up quickly. Hat comes in sizes baby to adult! Everyone can get in on the joy that is Baby Yoda. Star Wars fan rejoice this is an easy sew and looks cute on kiddos.
For this project you will need the following:
1/3 yard green fleece for hat
Fleece Fun’s Free pattern ( Get it by filling out the form below)
Sewing Essentials (pins, scissors, etc.)
Baby YODA COSTUME Hat TUTORIAL DIY:
STEP 1 – Cut out the Pattern pieces to the Baby Yoda Hat
You will need to assemble the free pattern. For instructions on how to assemble the sewing pattern click here.
Cut out the following:
Cut the pieces for the yoda hat. You will have 2 hat pieces, and 4 ear pieces (2 left and 2 right) out of green fleece. Also cut 2 ear pieces (1 left and 1 right) out of quilt batting.
Step 2 – Make the Baby Yoda Ears
With right sides together, place two fleece ear pieces together. Place 1 batting ear piece on top.
Stitch around curved edges.
Clip curves and trim corner.
Turn right side out.
Topstitch curved edges 1/2″ from edge.
Fold curved edges 3/4″ to the middle.
Baste the folds in place.
Repeat with the second ear, being sure you are creating a mirror image.
Step 2 – Make the Hat and add the Ears for the Costume
Sew the top darts in the front and back hat pieces.
With right sides together, pin the ears to the hat, aligning raw edges.
Pin second hat piece on top, right side down. Stitch along curved edge of hat. Turn right side out.
Fold up bottom edge by 3/4″ and hem.
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Carol Lang says
You are an amazing person to share all that you do. Merry Christmas to you.
Rose Bird says
Rose Bird says
You give us such cool things
My grandsons will love this
Michaella M Kaszuba says
Thank you for the pattern. What seam allowance do you use for your patterns? Is it always the same. I do not see it on the pattern or in the instructions.
Angel Hickman Peterson says
It’s usually .5 inch unless otherwise specified.
That’s really so cute baby yoda costume for our child . Thanks for sharing and love your site