Anneliese from Aesthetic Nest joins in Celebrate the Boy with a free pattern and tutorial for making this kid-sized engineer’s cap.  The pattern is availabe in two sizes: medium (for heads 18″-20″) and large (for 21″-23″).  Make it from a blue and white stripe for a classic engineer look (for kids who love playing trains), or vary the look by using suiting or novelty prints.  Get the free pattern.

[photo from Aesthetic Nest]

By Anne Weaver


4 Comments so far

  1. Train Driver’s Hat « Cook You Some Noodles on March 14, 2011 4:57 pm

    [...] to make one from one of the hat patterns I already had on hand, but on Saturday morning, I saw this kid-sized engineer’s cap pattern from Aesthetic Nest through Craft Gossip and had to make it straight away. Photo courtesy of Aesthetic [...]

  2. Boy’s Winter Hat | Cook You Some Noodles on April 15, 2011 6:38 am

    [...] hat pattern is from Aesthetic Nest, and the intent was to make it for Josh for the colder months, but he wasn’t in the mood to [...]

  3. Lynne on March 20, 2012 3:38 pm

    Would you mind letting me know the diametre of the crow as I don’t have a pattern on hand. I’d like to make it for my grandson:-) With thanks, Lynne

  4. anneweaver on March 21, 2012 8:01 am

    I don’t have that measurement, but perhaps you could contact the project’s author to see if they could help you. –Anne

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