VIRTUAL WORKSHOP: Sew a Bucket Hat
Learn to make your own bucket hat in this virtual sewing workshop!
In just one afternoon, you'll make your own Sorrento Bucket Hat, perfect for all of your outdoor adventures this summer! The Sorrento Bucket Hat is a unisex design featuring a downwards sloping brim with optional top stitching detail. This hat is fully lined, with the ability to be reversible.
For this workshop, we will dive right into sewing and complete the project in one session. Students must complete the following before class:
- Print PDF pattern
- Pre-wash fabric
- Cut out pattern and fabric pieces
Suitable for confident beginners. Students must have basic sewing knowledge and be comfortable using a sewing machine. Please note this is not a learn-to-sew class.
Materials + Tools Required
**Save 10% on workshop supplies purchased at Brooklyn Craft Co. with code SORRENTO10**
- Sorrento Bucket Hat pattern by Elbe Textiles -- Purchase the PDF pattern here!
- 1/2 yard lining fabric: same as above. Or, if you'd like to use a lighter fabric like quilting cotton or essex linen, interfacing will be required to give structure to the brim.
- Tape measure to determine sizing
- Sewing machine -- please make sure your machine is in good working order before registering for this workshop :)
- Iron & ironing board or mat
Date & Time: See dates above!
Location: Anywhere! This workshop will be hosted virtually via Zoom! Details will be emailed after you register
Max # of students: 8
All class registrations are final; please view our policy for more information.
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Christine Haynes is a Brooklyn-based sewing author, teacher, and pattern designer. Christine grew up in Saugatuck, MI, a small beach community on the southwestern coast of Lake Michigan, where the arts were part of her daily life. She attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in the department of Film, Video, and New Media.
Her mother taught her to sew around the age of 10, and it grew from a personal hobby, until it became her main artistic outlet. After selling ready-to-wear garments for many years, Christine turned her focus to teaching others to experience the joy of making clothing for themselves through her patterns, books, and workshops.