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With a little bundle of joy on the way and some free time on my hands, I decided to make some clothes for the little fella.  Baby hats always make me smile, so i decided to fix one up.  The great part is that there is no sewing involved and it can be done in minutes, from I Love to Create.

No Sew Baby Hat


  • a baby
  • any old piece of fabric
  • Aleene's Fabric Fusion Fabric Adhesive Pen


  1. I started by drawing out the shape of the hat on an old piece of faric.  I used an old t-shirt.  Any shape will do, but I used this one.

    No Sew Baby Hat

  2. Cut out the front and the back of the fabric. 
  3. Because I was short on time (again) I decided not to sew the hat but instead use Aleene's Fabric Fusion Fabric Adhesive Pen. It is non toxic and completely washable and one of my favorite "no sew" products to use.
  4. I applied the glue to the inside edges of the hat- the tiny applicator tip is perfect for small projects.
  5. Of course I couldn't resist creating some rolled fabric roses to add to a couple of the hats.

    No Sew Baby Hat
  6. I glued the fabric flowers to the hat and let everything dry for around 36 hours.
  7. Last I tied a knot at the end of the top of the cap- this can be adjusted depending on the size and desired length.

    No Sew Baby Hat




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This is such a great baby hat and it so simple and so easy to make and very low cost. I love that it can be made with T-Shirts too. If you do not sew it shows you how to use glue to make it. I think I will sew it though. I love the rolled flowers that are also made with a T-Shirt and there is a link to the that video. You can buy knit fabric so cheap that you can make a different one for each day and put different embellishments or pictures on them to make them special for your little guy or gal.


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