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A charming hat by itself, but create your own fringe, add it to the hat and presto, one of the most adorable hats for a little girl that I've ever seen! You to CAN make fringe like this in minutes.
Place the rods approximately 3" apart. Wound on pastel Flora Trends Yarn. Sewed the header and glued the header to the hat. Covered the header with plaid ribbon. Note, the ribbon was 2" wire ribbon, after removing the wire and I folded the ribbon into thirds to reduce the ribbon width. The ribbon was glued in place over the header. Note the fringe is longer in the back than in the front, I trimmed the front level with the hat brim and graduated the length around the side leaving the back as long as was created on My Own Fringemaker. Easy easy - start today, you'll be so glad you did!
IDEA: Making this fringe trim was so fast, economical and creative that every little girl should have a hat for every outfit.
If you sew for customers and "throw in a hat" as a freebie all decked out with fringe - who do you think they will call again when they need something custom? They will call you, THE creative one! You'll have no competition, your competition be left in the dust!
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How about this funky hat with fringe, Hmmm? This would be a great school fund raiser, made in school colors? Hat and/or fringe could be school colors. Keep the Drill Team warm and the fans too? Make the fringe and stuff the hats during a game - how hot would this be!! How about keeping the marching band members warm on a cold winter day during practice? After making the Fringe, I opened the top seam and inserted the fringe trim header and sewed the seam closed.
This would be good as group identifier when many are traveling together...just thinking outside the box. You CAN do this too! Get started today by ordering your own unit.
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Take a Camper hat of ordinary design and add fringe for a punch of pizzazz - easy to do! I wish you could see it in person - it is very cute - perfect for someone who says, ' I don't do fringe - but this is neat! ' Hats like these are available at most stores plus sewing and hobby stores.
To make this fringe:
I used a cotton yarn variegated in muted colors. Placed rods in center holes and sewed down the center between the rods. Remove rod unit from under the presser foot and take to flat surface table. Remove one rotator arm. Open glue and with a toothpick or popsicle stick spread glue along the stitch line as well as onto the had band where you will place the fringe. It only takes a few seconds for the glue to tack up. Removed the fringe sliding it off the rods inch by inch and carefully line up the glued area to the hat band glued area. Continue working this way until the hat band is fully decorated. How about adding a feather too?
To cover the fringe header stitching line, I glued a glitzy black yarn on top of the header stitching it on to make a nicer finished looking trimmed hat. This step is optional.
Make the trim embellishment removable and the looks you can create are infinite to change up the hat appearance. One hat many looks - a definite inflation beater!
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A soft and very pretty scarf in blue hues looks cozy and warm - so elegant! Connie made the fringe approximately 3 1/2" long. The fringe is thick and beautiful, the perfect compliment to the scarf. Connie is selling this scarf, contact her through her website listed below.
Connie is an awesome custom clothier. She designs the most fabulous custom jackets for her customers. We met in April 2010 at the AQS, Paducah, KY Show. She was wearing one of her fabulous jackets and it was stunning. She stood out from the crowd - from head to toe Connie was so pulled together. At first glance, Connie knew My Own Fringemaker was a MUST HAVE tool for her studio. She said, "her customers would love custom fringe on their garments!"
While on our site - look for other scarves Connie sent in to share with y'all. Scarf #2, Scarf #3, Scarf #4 Please submit your fringe samples to inspire other people with their fringemaker. Here is Connie's Website: http://cebelledesigns.com
Connie, Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful scarves for all to see. Your jackets are exquisite, adding fringe takes your custom jackets another few steps up the couture fashion ladder. Ladies and gentlemen, You can relax when making fringe - it's easier than making a custom fit jacket! Thank you again for your fringe embellished fashion scarves to photograph.
Get inspired by the 125 sample trims, fringes and tassels all made on My Own Fringemaker.
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A classic black and ivory color combo makes this fringe scarf swing in fashion from dressy to jeans. The fringe is shorter in drop than in Scarf #1 by Connie Dirks. It is an easy to-care-for-style scarf. For photographing a knot was tied to shorten the scarf up to fit into the photo. The scarf is 10" wide embellished with 2 1/2" fringe created on My Own Fringemaker.
Connie created this scarf by folding the long width in half, sewing one long side seam (the other long length was a fold). She folded up the short scarf ends as you would if you were just sewing it closed; BUT before she sewed the ends closed she inserted the (sewn) fringe header. Next she sewed closed the scarf ends anchoring fringe header in the seam. Using this method to sew on the fringe hides the header in the seams. She made a 2 1/2" drop fringe; isn't this trim the perfect compliment to this scarf. The fringe sets off this classic scarf.
Thanks so much Connie for submitting another fringe scarf sample too. Before visiting Connie's Website, check out her other three scarves in our Gallery, Scarf #1, #3, and Fringe Leopard Scarf #4.
Please read about Connie in Scarf #1 by Connie Dirks on this Website, then visit her Website. This scarf is for sale - but it might be gone all ready.Connie, Thank you so much and again for sharing your scarf with us!
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This fringe trim scarf is definitely of the dressy persuasion! It has the look of burnt out velvet, the fabric is silky see through with textured design.
For photo purposes, I knotted the scarf in the middle to show case the fringe created by Connie using My Own Fringemaker. Connie added fringe trim to both ends of the scarf.
Using a combination of yarn and ribbons, Connie created custom fringe to enhance the scarf. She made 1 1/2" drop fringe and isn't it the perfect compliment to this fabric. This fashion scarf is for sale, however it made by sold by now, but you could make your own version!
Connie also submitted Scarf #1, Scarf #2 and Scarf #4, please take a look at her other scarves too. Thank you Connie for sharing your designer scarves for all to see. Connie sent me her scarves to take and showcase in Houston, TX at Market and Festival 2010. They added so much to my booth, many people ohhhed and aahhed as they examined her four scarves. Go ahead and make a scarf, or add fringe to a current scarf you have!
Please read about Connie by visiting her website in Scarf #1.
Connie, you are so generous to share four of your very chic fashion scarves with us, Thank you!
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A slinky fringe scarf sports the classic leopard look. This scarf could be worn for dressy occasions or with jeans. Connie created custom fringe and left it looped on the ends. The fringe drop is 2". The fringe was made from embroidery floss, a thicker thread plus a light weight strand.
After she sewed the header, Connie slipped her fringe off the rods and inserted the header into the scarf ends then sewed the ends closed.
The header is hidden inside the seam. This designer scarf is for sale, you'll need to check with Connie to see if it is still available.
Thank you for sharing your four scarves with us for all to enjoy. While you are viewing our Samples, please see Connie Dirks other scarves; Scarf #1, Scarf #2, Scarf #3
Why not try making a fringe scarf with My Own Fringemaker, it's easy ~ three steps and you're done!
Click the link to read about Connie's other fringe scarves and her custom designs in Scarf #1. We have posted her Website too, in her first sample,
Connie, thank you so much for sharing your leopard scarf for everyone to enjoy!
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A simple pair of gloves can be transformed to designer style with simple fringe. Wouldn't these be great stocking stuffers or secret Santa gifts? This fringe was sewn into the glove for a permanent look. As an alternative use snap tape and make the fringe detachable. By using snap tape you will be able to remove the fringe. Make several new fringes by changing your colors, textures and style and reattach to the gloves. One pair of gloves with fringe interchangeable to match every outfit. What an incredible budget extender, it doesn't get any better than this! Reuse, multi-use, recycle and upgrade - how very popular!
P. S. We will be selling snap tape from this website for your convenience. check back or sign up under newsletter in the top right hand spot of the home page.to be You'll be notified once the product is available for sale.
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Headbands are popular today. Wouldn't making fringe trim head bands be a fun sleep over project, a Brownie troop or school fundraiser?
Purchase headbands three or four in package for $1.00 - furnish yarn and ribbons in team colors, sorority or club colors and have a great time. This is a great idea for fund raising, # 101!
Imagine the ladies in the choir sporting matching head bands for the holidays? This would be different and too cute, they'd look like angels watching over the congregation! Do this project and take a photo for the Gallery.
To make headband fringe:
Set up My Own Fringemaker, place rods three inches apart. Wind on a little more yarn and/or ribbons than the length needed to cover the headband. Remove rod unit and take to sewing machine. Place one rod under the presser foot and stitch down the center between the rods several times. Take whole rod unit back to your work table. Lay the rod unit flat and cut the fringe off both rods.
There are several ways to attach the fringe to the head bands or butterfly berets. One way is to glue 3/8" wide ribbon onto the headband or barrette. Glue the fringe you made onto the ribbon and allow to dry. Another way to attach the ribbon is to weave it though the open bars of the head band. Now glue fringe on to the ribbon. Attach however it is easiest for you, when done you'll be glad you tried it.
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Michele and John stopped in for a visit and to discuss details of their Chris Craft boat restoration. More on the boat restoration later in the description. Michele professes to be non crafty and doesn't sew - but look at the scarf she created! I'd say this is definitely a snazzy fringe New Years Scarf!
We used Cocoon Multi by Rozetti I paid $9.50 for a 44 yard skein - pricey but unusual. We played with the rod width several times to get the look we wanted and Michele wound on approximately 23", since she doesn't sew, I did the sewing.
We added a soft stabilizer extending down 1/2" below the top rod where I would be sewing the header. We thought the skinny strands in between slubs would hold better during the sewing if there was some backing. Also the skinny connecting strands might get snagged by the feed dogs; hence the stabilizer.
Take the rod unit to the sewing machine. Place one rod under the presser foot and center the presser foot between the two rods. Straight stitch down the center, between the rods and sew several passes. While I was sewing Michele was winding a second section approximately 15" long that we attached onto one end of the scarf to get the length we wanted. The second length of 15" was completed like the first section described above.
After stitching, now back at the table, we wanted to stabilize the scarf because of the skinny strand between slubby weiners. It will be easier to manage the fringe trim while it is still on the rods.
To stabilize the scarf we stitched a 3/8" matching blue ribbon sewn on top of the header stitching and did this to both pieces before removing the fringe from the rods.
Next back at the table, we created cut fringe by cutting the yarn off both rods resulting in loose hanging fringe.
We sewed the two scarf end pieces together with slight overlap and we were done!
Michele . . .had a funky fashion fringe scarf in about forty five minutes for New Years Day - Look how the fringe scarf matches her jacket colors perfectly! This was an unexpected surprise for we gave no thought to her jacket, we just wanted to play with this particular yarn.
Thanks Michele for a fun time! By the way, as Michele was winding on the yarn it formed a DNA pattern - we'll have to make a DNA scarf too and give Michele the credit for the name.
IDEA: Wouldn't it be a clever DNA fringe scarf for a science major, or a nurse? Make a fringe scarf for yourself and one to give away.
We're guessing the cocoon part of the name of this yarn comes from the slubs - they are the approximate size of cocktail wieners strung two inches apart end to end with skinny strand in between the slubs.
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For a snap shot of boats built and restored, by Karl, my husband, visit his site and visit our other site too, the
Tennessee Boat School, specializing in family boat building and floating a memory - in two days!
Why not make this easy fringe scarf and fringe glove set as a gift and one for yourself ? One yard of polar fleece would yield several scarves. Buy fleece on sale and the cost per scarf drops to less than a dollar.
How to make scarf fringe:
Decide on the width of the scarf you want. Choose a variegated twisted yarn to replicate this look.
Assemble the fringe maker and place the rods were in the furthest holes. Tie yarn ends and wind yarn onto rods.
Remove the rod unit from the base and take whole unit to straight stitch sewing machine. Slide one rod under the presser foot and straight stitch parallel to one rod. Repeat the stitching process several time sewing a fringe header. To make long fringe cut one layer just under the header stitching. One side of the fringe will drop making long fringe. one side of the folded yarn drops to double the length to achieve this long fringe look. Buy gloves, sold everywhere for a dollar in cold weather months, and make some matching decorative fringe for the cuff.
Anyone would be proud to wear this fashion accessory; the colors are so bright and pretty to chase away the winter blahs.
Sally you are clever and artistic - thank you!
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This polar fleece scarf fringe was made just like the bright scarf pictured below this entry in our Gallery.
How to make scarf fringe:
Decide on the width and length of your cut fringe scarf. Cut polar fleece fabric ends up approximately 10" long 1/3" apart which makes fleece strands.
Assemble My Own Fringemaker rod unit and wind on yarns of your choice. The amount of yarn needed will depend on the drop length of decorative fringe you want to make. To make our sample scarf fringe length plus fringe trim the glove cuffs you will need approximately 4 yards and slightly less if you mix in and use multiple strands of different yarns and ribbons for bulk.
Once you have enough product wound onto the rods for your fringe.
Remove the rod unit from the unit base and take the rod unit to the sewing machine for sewing the header.
Place one rod unit under the presser foot and align the presser foot next to rod and straight stitch multiple items, this creates the header. Reduce the stitch length with each pass to help the needle catch the yarns. After sewing several passes,
remove whole rod unit from under sewing foot and take to flat surface.
Lay the rod unit on the table, carefully place one scissor blade in the middle opening of both sides of the fringe and the other blade on the outside of the outer wrapped edge.
Run the open blades up to the sewn header, you will be cutting away one half side of the fringe just below the sewn header. The falling fringe will make long fringe. Before I cut with scissors, I always check the outside of the sewn fringe header to see if any part of the blade shows. It the blade shows and you cut, you will accidently cut through all the fringe creating a gap. If you can see your blades back out the blade before cutting and reinsert the blade again. Check again and if you do not see the blade on the 'front side' then cut, you'll be creating cut fringe.
Remove one rotator arm and slide off fringe header (now long fringe) from the rod unit.
Attach fringe trim to scarf:
Place header stitching on top the scarf. Stitch over the header stitching, this will attach fringe to scarf.
Buy some $1.00 gloves and attach fringe to glove cuffs for a complete ensemble. Attach decorative fringe onto the glove cuffs with glue or sew fringe on by hand, try zig zagging over the cuff with the sewing machine -but keep the cuff stretched a bit so it will slip over your knuckles.
What a fshionable cozy and warm fringe scarf set. Very easy to make - try it! - Make a bunch of them to use and to give away!
One customer told me she gave 12 sets like these as gifts instead of buying twelve scarf glove gifts. She spent about $25. for the whole twelve gifts, verses the cost of twelve expensive scarf sets from the department store - My Own Fringemaker is a BUDGET SAVER Extraordinaire !
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A simple pair of gloves looks so much cuter with fringe! It's very easy to make fringe for glove cuffs. If you attach the fringe trim with snap tape, the decorative fringe is removable and the fringe trim is interchangeable - too fun, Give it a try! This is an incredibly flexible way to create a wardrobe accessory on a budget.
Snap tape as well as yarns and ribbons to make fringe and tassels too.
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Our reversible two color polar fleece scarf is so cozy! We made cut fringe and inserted it all the way around the scarf. Note the fringe at scarf ends have a longer fringe drop than the fringe on the sides. Also to add some pizzazz we used the Embellisher to 'felt' some of the yarn scraps in a random layout on one side at one end. Ultra easy to make scarf fringe, You can do this!
Why not plan your holiday gifts around making fringed scarf sets?
IDEA: Great project for a teen project. . . " each one make one fringe scarf [. . . or two and donate the second scarf to a homeless shelter?]
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Love scarves but find them too heavy especially in summer? I've found the answer. . . a unique fringe necklace.
Aren't these lovely and colorful, they're like jewelry! They are light weight and would compliment many different tops in your closet!
These beautiful fringed necklaces were created using My Own Fringemaker! Fun to make and more fun to wear, not to mention a very cool to gift! Mix and match two or three yarns or ribbons to start your necklace design. The grouping of scarves are samples of a project I was working on.
Recently for a quick trip into town, I needed something to dress up a T-Shirt and jeans - but a heavy scarf was too much and a necklace way too dressy. I threw on one of my extra sample fringe necklaces and wow it did dress up the casual look. Many people commented and one guy winked and I had several inquiries as to where to buy one. You can save money by making your own fringe jewelry, or you can earn money by selling your fringe jewelry. These are sweet!
Supplies needed to make fringe necklace:
2" strip of soft tulle 30" long, several yarns and ribbons of your choice colors and widths,
My Own Fringemaker and straight stitch, threaded sewing machine.
How To Make the necklaces:
Follow the instruction in FAQ How to Make Fringe.
The only different technique is sewing the header off center - not in the middle and not in next to the rod.
Start sewing approximately 1 1/2" below the rod.
Cut the loops from both rods, this makes cut fringe. Sew both ends together and you have a necklace, wear it with pride!
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Love this long dramatic cut fringe necklace? Wearing this necklace into a room, demands you be the center of attention and the envy of all the ladies! I saw a necklace similar to this one advertised in Vigue magazine for $900. WHAT? You can make this for pennies, incomparison! Ready to get started, click add to cart?
The long fringe trim on this beaded necklace has an 11" drop. Make fringe in simple steps using My Own Fringemaker!
Isn't this beaded fringe necklace fantastic? If you are a fashionista you know what these cost, NOW You too can make and wear a beaded fringe necklace like this and give your budget a break!
To duplicate this project you will need:
My Own Fringemaker, a [purchased] beaded bib collar, several colors of our STRAND and soft tulle 3" wide X twice the length of your necklace, sharp short scissor blades, your favorite fabric glue, and a piece of felt large enough to cover the back side of necklace when complete. Straight stitch threaded sewing machine.
To make fringe like the sample, Match STRAND colors to your bib collar beads.
Set up My Own Fringemaker and place rods in furthermost holes.
Measure around the bottom edge of your bib collar so you know how much fringe to make. Our system, unit base has a built in ruler so you can gage how much you are winding on.
Tie ends of STRAND on to rods in simple knot. Wind STRAND onto rods, loosely guiding the STRAND down the rods, DO NOT HOLD THE STRAND while winding, it creates too much tension ( ***holding onto yarns too tightly will bend the rods). More detailed instructions on making fringe will eventually be on my Blog; meanwhile view the many samples in our Gallery and see how easy it is to make fringe.
Using our ruler, wind on as much yarn you need for your necklace circumference . Remove whole rod unit and take to sewing machine. Place tulle under the rod nearest where you will sew your header and bring it up at the opposite end and lay it onto the top of the STRAND, this creates a STRAND sandwich.
Adjust sewing machine stitch length to longest straight stitch, SLOW your machine speed down, start sewing .
You should repeat the stitching several times reducing the stitch length with each pass.
After a couple of sewing passes, trim the tulle away. Sew one or two more times reducing stitch length with each pass.
When done, remove whole rod unit from under the presser foot and take whole unit back to work table.
Lay rod unit flat. Check for excess tulle, remove excess. From one end of the rod unit, insert scissor blade between front and back STRAND. Slide blade upward toward header stitching. This part is critical, take a break, take your time. You MUST look at both sides of the STRAND before you cut. Make sure you DO NOT SEE the blades poking through...only then do you cut. Cut small amounts at a time, no need to rush. If you see a blade peeking out - back out the blade and insert again. If you accidently cut through both sides, you've created a hole in the visual line of fringe. If it's only one or two STRANDS, you might be able to glue in one or two strands, but it's not what you want to aim for.
Once you have your 11" drop cut fringe. Remove one rotator arm from the rod unit.
Leave your cut fringe header on the rod. Apply a thin line of glue on header stitching, do same at edge of bid collar. Let glue tack up briefly. CAREFULLY inch the STRAND off rod a couple of inches at a time. Keeping STRAND on the rods will help maintain control and help to evenly feed your cut fringe off the rod and onto project.
After all the STRAND is glued in place, trace a template of the bidb collar onto felt or other lightweight material which will cover the back side of the necklace hiding the header. Glue back side, let glue tack up and place felt in place. I used decorative felt.
This seems hard - but once you make fringe, you'll want to make more and attach it to everything!
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Wouldn't you look great in this stunning necklace, it's fringe jewelry.
Make this summer necklace for yourself and several as gifts.
Everyone I've given a necklace to has raved about it - so unique and perfect because it keeps the cool air conditioning off your neck!
Shown on display is one of my necklace samples. It also displays what you need to make this awesome necklace.
You can purchase individual products, mix and match your colors from the Store Tab.
I love these necklaces and apparently everyone else does too, because I get a lot of questions asking where to buy one.
Simply toss it on over your head for quick trips to town and errands, or wear it out to dinner you'll look slightly dressed but not over the top
in this summer heat. Besides who wants a hot sticky thing around your neck in this heat wave you will love this fringe necklace.
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You'll walk with a bounce in your step because you're wearing something unique and people will want yours!
This necklace made of yarn and STRAND replaces your heavy clunky jewelry.
We have kits with yarn and STRAND for your convenience. You'll also need My Own Fringemaker.
. . . you'll look great in your new jewelry, a necklace scarf.
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HINT: Scarves like these make fabulous gifts and are lightweight to mail make and send one to every friend!
Looking for fun and easy accessories to make?
Check our cuties, a purse, dance tote and sandals fringed for sizzle.
Kids visiting? Why not create fringe, pom-poms, boas for dress up or hand puppets for a theatre production.
Using My Own Fringemaker - think of it as a memory making system! Be sure to take pictures and email photos for our Gallery.
There's more projects and inspiration in our website Gallery - look there too, and thanks for visiting our website!
Elaine H. of TN created a custom fringed hat band from several ribbon and eyelash yarns. Isn't this hat stylish and classy!
Thank you Elaine for submitting a stylish fashion accessory - can't wait to see what else you dream up. Thank you for sharing this idea!
Create the neatest sun visor earring set embellished with fringe to match every outfit.
Elaine H. of TN combined tropical colored yarn with a glitter yarn to create hat trim and earings using My Own Fringemaker.
This is very creative and quite fashion forward! Make a dozen give or sell them.
Thank you Elaine for submitting this creative hat earring accessoryset.
NOTE the toupee inside the sunvisor, you CAN MAKE THIS from yarn TOO!
Instructions on how to make fringe using My Own Fringemaker, are found in the FAQ Tab or watch videos in HOW TO.
Fringe is easy to make - why not create a custom fringe sun visor and earring set for yourself as well as several gifts?
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Elaine H. Of Tennessee created a technique of knitting without needles using My Own Fringemaker.
Elaine created an amazing hat - isn't it fabulious!
The yarn section and the pom pom on the hat were both created using My Own Fringemaker.
Technique information available after Elaine shares them with us...check back often or look for the announcement in What's New.
Elaine you are so creative - thank you so much for submitting your designs for all to enjoy!
View more of Elaines Hat creations continue scrolling this category.
Additional sample pom-poms are posted in the Gallery, Tassels, Passementerie, and PomPoms
Creating a look-a-like boa in any color, any length you desire is easy and so affordable. Whether you need one boa or dozens make them using yarn, it's a quick project . . . warning it's very addictive and fun!
The benefits in making your own are;
I can't think of any reason not to make your own!
Here's several ideas of get you thinking?
create a boa and wear it instead of a scarf;
create a boa in your alma mater colors;
create gifts for;
stage production, chorus,
Instructions should be in FAQ, if you can't find them, email me - happy to provide them.
Mohawk hats are popular, create your own quick and easy! Using your school colors customize hats with our fringe maker. Why not use this idea as a fund raiser - simple and inexpensive to make money and show team spirit.
Start with a knit hat.
Create fringe in your choice of colors using our embellishing system, My Own Fringemaker
Remove from rods after sewing header
Open up knit hat seam
Insert fringe header into seam and sew back together
DONE - wear it and enjoy!
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