Throw your hair up in a ponytail and hit the field with the Atta Girl Baseball/Softball Cap!
This fully lined cap features an adjustable back hook-and-loop closure and an opening to accommodate the kinds of hairstyles an active gal needs when she's ready to play ball. Topstitching detail inside and out adds to the realism, while the lightweight foam brim is flexible and play-friendly.
This cap is part of the complete Atta Girl Baseball/Softball Uniform PDF pattern collection inspired by Mo'ne Davis, a talented young teen who not only took the path less chosen by playing baseball with the boys, but became the first girl to win and pitch a shutout in the Little League World Series in 2014.
Other patterns available include a jersey, pants and belt, and the complete all-in-one collection.
Recommended Fabrics: sport knit fabrics, cotton, lightweight denim
-1/6 yard fashion fabric - midweight knits, such as stretchable nylon or polyester mesh, or woven, such as cotton or lightweight denim
-1/6 yard contrasting fabric for lining - same types as above
-Scrap 2mm craft foam ( ie. Foamies™ sheet)
-2 inches sewable hook and loop tape
-Iron-on transfer paper for dark fabrics (my preference: Jet-Opaque II Heat Transfer Paper)
-12 inches extra wide double-fold bias tape
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 23 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.Download, Print, Sew!
Very easy to read pattern love all the pictures
Very easy pattern, lot of photographies which helped me
Overall, I was satisfied with this little baseball hat. I have been so happy with all the patterns from Pixie Faire and although I wasn't unhappy with this one, I did have a few issues. I found the directions to be a little unclear in a few spots and yet in so much detail in other spots - kind of strange. There was a mistake in number 25 I believe it was. I am an experienced sewer so I figured it out. I followed the directions and used the foam in the peak as suggested. The peak points down instead of out as a normal cap would be. I tried to fix it to no avail. It means it has to be placed fairly far back on the doll's head so that the peak isn't covering her face completely. If I make it again, I think I would cut the size of the peak back a fair bit. Maybe that would help. Or maybe it needed to be wider at the back to help keep it more upright. Still a great pattern but the only one I haven't been totally satisfied with.