Summertime is here, and that means it’s time to break out the cute accessories! One accessory that’s a must-have for sunny days is a stylish summer hat. Not only do hats protect you from the sun’s harmful rays, but they also add a touch of charm to any outfit.
In this blog post, we’ve rounded up 10 adorable hat tutorials that are perfect for summer. From floppy beach hats to trendy bucket hats, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re a seasoned DIYer or just starting out, these tutorials are easy to follow and will have you looking fabulous in no time. So grab your crafting supplies and get ready to make a statement with your own handmade summer hat!
10 Cute Summer Hat Tutorials
Here’s a list of 10 tutorials or patterns to make super cute summer hats. My daughters have such fair skin that the need all the protection they can get and I do too. So, I rounded up some wonderful hat tutorials for for adults and children to help you to prepare for those hot summer days.
1.) This is a cute Reversible Bucket Hat by Oliver + S Little Things To Sew.
2.) This is another tutorial for a reversible hat that includes adult sizes too, by Martha Stewart.
3.) A great hat made by Elizabeth Abernathy that is from a vintage dishtowel.
4.) A 4-in-1 Bucket Hat by So Much Ado. So cute!
5.) I love this DIY Sun Hat Dulce Taylor. I have to make this one for myself.
6.) This another great one for a Scalloped Hat Tutorial by verypurpleperson on Grosgrain Fabulous.
7.) This tutorial is for a hat made out of a thrifted t-shirt from Delia Creates. So many possibilities with this tutorial.
8.) Cute reversible denim hat that is made out of an old pair of jeans by Kitsch Bitsch.
9.) Here’s another great way to use old t-shirts with the Upcycled Bucket Hat by Twin Dragonfly Designs.
10.) I love this classic look by BurdaStyle.
I Hope you enjoyed the roundup. I don’t know about you by I can’t wait to try some of these out!
Summer is the perfect time to showcase your style and protect yourself from the sun with a cute hat. We’ve provided you with 10 tutorials to help you create your own unique summer hats. From floppy sun hats to trendy bucket hats, there’s something for everyone. So grab your materials, follow the step-by-step instructions, and get ready to rock your handmade summer hat! Don’t forget to let us know in the comments which tutorial was your favorite and share pictures of your creations. We can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Frequently Asked Questions
What are summer hats called?
Any hat or headgear with a circumferentially protruding, semi-rigid brim that can range in size from small to large, but as a general rule, around 4 to 7 in (10 to 15 cm) in diameter, is considered to be a sun hat. It is also referred to as a floppy hat, harvest hat, or field hat.
What is the use of hat in summer?
Hats are not just a fashion statement, but they serve a practical purpose in the summer as well. Here’s why you should wear a hat:
Sun protection: Hats provide shade and protect your face, neck, and scalp from harmful UV rays. This helps prevent sunburns and reduces the risk of skin cancer.
Cooling effect: Hats with wide brims or made from breathable materials like straw or cotton can help keep your head cool by blocking direct sunlight and allowing air circulation.
Eye protection: Wearing a hat with a brim can also shield your eyes from the sun’s glare, reducing the risk of eye strain and damage caused by prolonged exposure to bright sunlight.
Hair protection: Hats can help protect your hair from damage caused by the sun’s harsh rays, preventing dryness, frizz, and color fading.
Style statement: Last but not least, hats can add a touch of style to your summer outfits and enhance your overall look.
So don’t forget to grab a hat before heading out in the summer heat!
What are summer hats made of?
Many wide-brim sun hats are made of cotton, straw, felt, or raffia, and they look great while keeping you cool. Wear a sundress with a sun hat from the online retailer Coolibar, which sells high-quality items for protecting yourself from the sun. You may sort the sun hats by brim size, activity, or fashion.