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Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too! Facebook Twitter Google. Butterfly Kisses 18" Doll Clothes Pattern. Was this review helpful? Are kits availablle? Bless you and thank you! I hope you are still reading these comments. All the other kids had something for a costume and she was really sad because she had nothing. I had figured out a possible way to make one, but your tutorial showed me how to make it super nice, and as other posters have noted, it took less than two hours.
I'm a mother of grown-up boys, but I'm going to make some in floral patterns for my cousins' kids - lots of little girls there. Deepest gratitude!
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Took me about 20 minutes from start to finish. Easiest thing ever even with me messing it up LOL. Betsy Ross costume done : thanks so much!! I'm getting ready to make me a Berenstain Bear Mama Bear costume for Halloween and need a polka dot mob cap. These are great instructions and I'm excited to get going on the hat now. I just found this tutorial to make my night cap for Golde in our Fiddler on the Roof production at church.
Excise me, but I am very picky about some things and calling something the wrong name is one of them. I have noticed several people calling them "mob" caps. I think it may be because of the type-o you made in the previous page. If you correct that it may stop the the misunderstandings. I can't for the life of me understand why anyone would ever think that they are called MOB caps. What kind of mob would ever wear these??? Picture it!!! Unless they have another definition for the word mob??? The correct term for this bonnet is mob cap. I only used both terms to make searching easier for anyone who might need these instructions.
I will pass along the info I found on wikipedia- "A mob cap or mob-cap is a round, gathered or pleated cloth usually linen bonnet consisting of a caul to cover the hair, a frilled or ruffled brim, and often a ribbon band, worn by married women in the Georgian period, when it was called a "bonnet". Originally an informal style, the bonnet became a high-fashion item as part of the adoption of simple "country" clothing in the later 18th century.
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It was an indoor fashion, and was worn under a hat for outdoor wear. During the French Revolution, the name "Mob Cap" caught on because the poorer women who were involved in the riots wore them, but they had been in style for middle class and even aristocracy since the century began. I know that this sounds ICKY! You can braid up long hair using baby oil just in case, pin the braids to the top of the head and put on the cap. Make them in floral patterns or in colours that will match your kids clothes.
Also, you can pin a silk flower to one side to make it even prettier. Just remember to take the flower off before you wash the cap. I also sprayed the inside of our cars including the carpets.
I got really angry after the school nurse kept calling it a re-infestation when I knew it wasn't after all the expensive work I had done. So once more with the Rid-X, then I used baby oil on their hair to kill any creepy crawly adults before they could lay any eggs and these caps for the rest of the year. For boys just use the baby oil, it clogs up the spiracles through which these bugs breathe. Without breathing they die!
LOL It worked for my kids and I know it will work for anyone that has the same problem. I used this pattern to make a cap for my daughter's Little Miss Muffett costume. She's 2, her head circumference is 18", at the measurements worked perfectly. I used 18" circles of fabric and an 18" piece of elastic. I, too, couldn't find anything when I searched for a granny cap. Much to my surprise I found this cap. I was laughing when all the comments were about kids and dolls.
I needed a Mrs. Santa cap. I used red plush fabric and got an awesome cap. Santa will be shocked when he sees his Mrs. Thanks a ton, you saved me. Thank you for posting these awesome instructions! I consider myself to be a beginner when it comes to sewing, and I found the directions easy to follow. I was able to complete the mob cap in less than an hour.
My daughter needs a costume in order to participate in "Colonial Day" next month, so thanks for helping us out! Thanks for this awesome tutorial! I was able to create my daughter a mop hat for her Little Miss Muffet costume using your pattern: check out my blog to see the pics! I am so happy that so very many people have found this useful and I apologize for the delay in responding-Google had me locked out of my blog for quite awhile. Again, thanks for the many kind remarks.
My 10 year old daughter needs a cap for her play, she's actually going to sew it with my help. You are welcome and I am really happy to hear she is learning so young-never too young to start them!! This looks so easy! I am making this for an eight yr old girl. May I ask, please, what age will this hat fit? Thank you so much for this pattern.
It's World Book Day tomorrow and I've just finished my daughter's costume, thanks to you! Great pattern! Thanks so much for posting. Daughter is dressing as Abigail Adams for school report and she did all the sewing herself! First real project and it looks great! I just made one for my daughter's Colonial times field trip tomorrow. Thank you very much for sharing!
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Thanks for your instructions! I made the school a cap for the mother bunny in the Peter Rabbit play. Fantastic pattern and worked great. Thank you so much! I just finished sewing 3 bonnets for my daughter and her classmates, and will be making more. Thanks so much. I just whipped one of these up for a costume for a client.
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I would like to point out that these hats are actually "Mob Caps" and not Mop Caps as so many people seem to think. So sorry for the delay in responding-I would use a 20 inch circle for an 11 year old. Thank you so much for posting this! It was really easy to follow the instructions. I can't believe how great the cap came out, since I'm no sewing expert. It was the finishing touch for my daughter's Colonial Day outfit. Thanks to all for your kind comments. I am so glad this has helped so very many people. I always try to make something for my grandchildren for Christmas.
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