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How to make a Cowboy Hat

Updated on September 26, 2014

Making a Cowboy Hat

Every kid I ever knew at one time or other in their lives wanted to live the life of a cowboy - and what was it that represented a cowboy to us all, and without which it would be impossible to image that a person was indeed a cowboy? Of course - it was the cowboy hat.

Now this can come in a number of styles but all have a common theme - they are high crowned and wide brimmed.

The image is of a renovated Stetson Cowboy Hat from the 1920s. Image credit: Wikipedia

How to make a cowboy or cowgirl hat...

You will need:

3 pieces of felt

Yarn - Brown and Purple

Yarn needle

3 pipe cleaners

How to make this baby Cowboy hat - easy to follow instructions.

I found this wonderful blog on making a cowboy or cowgirl hat. It is so well explained, with marvelous images and instructions - a delight.

Image credit: www.thismarvelouslife.com

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Making a paper Cowboy Hat - video

Milky Bar Kid - Paper Mache Cowboy Hat

To make a milky bar kid cowboy hat you will need the following:

Newspaper

Paper Mache Glue

2 Balloons

Paint Brush

White Poster Paint

Decorations - glitter, buttons, paint etc.

How to make this Cowboy Hat - easy to follow instructions from milkybar.co.nz .

I hope that you have enjoyed your visit. - Your comments are always most welcome.

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      Giovanna Sanguinetti 3 years ago from London UK

      I love this lens - I may have a go at making a paper cowboy hat very soon!

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      Ben Reed 3 years ago

      @Johanna Eisler: Thank you for your visit,

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      Johanna Eisler 3 years ago

      This looks like a lot of fun for a lot of kids! I've never seen anything like it before! Thank you for the enjoyable lens!

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      Ben Reed 3 years ago

      @VspaBotanicals: Thank you.

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      VspaBotanicals 3 years ago

      I enjoyed this lens. I have an old pattern passed down to me. Great lens!