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September 21, 2008



Brilliant tutorial and pattern - thank you SO much! I'm not 'crafty' but I can use a sewing machine and follow instructions. I whizzed one of these up for each of my girls and they adore them. Thanks for helping me be the Mom I'd hoped to be!


I took no time deciding *this* was the crown for my daughter! Well - the one I'll be making, somehow or other - with the help of your excellent writing! I linked & credited you from my blog http://paradigmspaces.blogspot.com , thanks for allowing that. I may be present-minded enough to link again with the final crown, but maybe you know how that goes...


great guide, thanks for posting it!


Thank you so much for the pattern and tutorial. I've used it for my own son and given as gifts. All the recipients loved them!


I made a few of these for third birthday gifts last year, they were a hit and now are an annual tradition.


Great tutorial. I'm planning to make one of these for my little girl's bday in a couple of weeks. Thanks!


now that's a really explicit step-by-step tutorial...thanks for giving out the info and the exact steps in order to create such a beautiful "hat" :)

Kate Berube

Quick and easy! Super helpful directions! Thanks so much! You can see mine at http://kateberube.blogspot.com/2010/12/christmas-gifts.html


Great job...so beautiful!


Great tutorial..Thank you for posting it!


Thank you for this wonderful tutorial, I made the crowns as favors for my daughter's 3rd birthday party, everyone loved them! I blogged about it today if you'd like to take a peek. :-) I've only just begun sewing, thanks for making the tutorial so easy to follow!

Eva Verscheure

You really made this piece of Good Work! I've got inspired by you, result of my princesses B-day crown you can see here!

Red Roof Patterns

Love 'em so much that I featured them on my website!


This is soooo adorable!!! thanks for posting it.

Shanna C

Loved this idea. I ran with it for my niece's birthday party. I'd love to see what you think of my version. I added bows. I'm a sucker for bows.


I had so much fun making this and it's all thanks to your amazing tutorial! Thanks!

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