The WAC "Hobby Hat". This cap has a flat circular top and straight down sides with a flat brim. Includes a thin strap that rests on the visor of the cap.
The Garrison Cap or Field Service Hat replaced the Hobby Hat later in the war and for those serving overseas. It is easily folded when not in use. It has a narrow split folded top and shapely overlapping sides folded sides. Piping can be used to distinguish.
Easy to wear with a rockin' 40's victory curl or pack for travel.
Be sure to check out the companion patterns in this series! Greatest Generation: WWII Uniform for 18" dolls, Greatest Generation: WAC Uniform for 18" dolls, and Greatest Generation: WWII Uniform for 14.5" dolls.
This PDF sewing pattern by Crafty Lil Turkey is designed to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl®.
Recommended Fabrics: Lightweight Woven Fabrics
Garrison/Field Service Hat:
Skill Level: Intermediate
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I loved doing these hats. The Hobby Hat was awful when the poor women had to wear them in WWII, I still think it is pretty homely. I have not found the buttons or eagle that I want to complete my hat but I am still looking. The Garrison Cap is adorable. Both work up easily, directions are clear and easy to follow. Had fun making them.
Easy to follow directions easy to use pattern! I’m so glad I found this sight!