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  1. Matilda
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    OMg! thanks so much!

  2. Pearl
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    I’m still unclear on how to sew the ears in properly to prevent them from flopping over. I am a visual learner, I’m hoping you might have pictures of that.

    1. SallyF
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      Louise’s ears do flop, at least one of them does. Line them with interfacing or fabric stabilizer. Well 2 years ago, but maybe someone is looking to do this, BB’s is more popular than ever!

  3. jessica
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    I don’t see the step where you sew on the “headband” piece. When and where is that sew on?

  4. jessica
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    It turned out a little different but it will be okay, thanks for your help! I just struggled with what measurements to use for the pieces.

  5. Melissa
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    With the ‘headband’ piece did you make it a little taller than the 2-3″ specified in the pattern for the aviator hat?

  6. Josette
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    Wondering the size of the triangles, for the top of the hat, in inches??? I’m having trouble with the proportions…

  7. Allyson
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    Hi! This may have an obvious answer I am missing: did you trace and cut out pieces for the ear flaps? Or did you incorporate them into the crown like the triangles?

    Thanks for the awesome tutorial!

  8. Christina
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    Hello Heidi,

    Thank you for the tutorial! It was great, however I am still confused about the ear flaps (as Allyson mentioned above). I am not talking about the actual ears that are sewn into the top of the crown, but the ear flaps that go over our actual ears, as aviator hats typically do.They are apart of the pattern above, however I seem to have missed how they are included into the Louise hat.

  9. Erin
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    Geez Louise what a great tutorial. Mine didn’t end up having the aviator ear flap thing going, as I measured the “crown” part pretty dead on. I didn’t add ear flaps mostly because the hat fit well, and I was doing it last last last minute in the middle of the night and I was sleepy. :) Still cute and pulls Louise off. Thanks!

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