DIY No-Sew Fleece Hat Plus a Giveaway


Get ready for winter and keep your noggin warm with a delightful DIY fleece hat. Even if sewing isn’t your thing, you can still make a cozy, soft hat to match every outfit. It’s a simple project, and your biggest problem will be choosing which fleece to use from the wonderful selections available at your local fabric shop. All it takes is 1/2 yard of your favorite fleece and about 15 minutes of your time, and you’ll be toasty warm.

And, since I haven’t had a giveaway in FOREVER, I’d like to give all three hats away. All you have to do to be entered is click over to eHow to read the entire article, click over to YouTube to watch the video and make a comment on the video, then make a comment below letting me know you did those things. It really helps me when you click over to eHow and YouTube, all it takes is a little bit of time and it’s FREE!

I’ll announce the winner next week on Thursday, January 14, 2021.

Thank you so much for being so supportive and encouraging to me throughout the years, it’s allowed me to do what I love to do and continue to bring you free tutorials.

3 diy no-sew fleece hats
diy no-sew fleece hat

Click here to read the entire step-by-step photo tutorial.

diy no-sew fleece hat
diy no-sew fleece hat

Ready or not, Winter, here we come!!

For more sewing, no-sewing and refashioning inspiration and tutorials, click here.

Happy No-Sewing,

Beth

About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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33 Responses to DIY No-Sew Fleece Hat Plus a Giveaway

  1. Catherine Bird Edge says:

    Enjoyed your tutorial and video. I have been a fan for years and am always looking forward to seeing what youโ€™ll make next. Thank you for all of your ideas, keep them coming!

  2. Lynda says:

    Looks simple and so cute!

  3. grandee13 says:

    Cute, but would like to see a back view. Love anything fleece/no sew! Nice video on ehow!

  4. jENNiFER KiRKSEY says:

    Beth! HaPpY NeW YeaR!!! I LOVE seeing you in my Inbox! You inspire me so much!!! Ok, gotta go and watch the two videos!

    Ps. I have been on the lookout for a super cute wooden pineapple bowl like yours that you keep your straight pins in!!!! About to snap the button on Ebay for one! : )

    • Awwwwwww, thanks Jennifer! I actually got the wooden pineapple bowl at the Salvation Army years ago for 35 cents. I still see them at thrift stores here and there.

      • jENNiFER KiRKSEY says:

        When I get mine…I will send you a pic! About two months ago I was outbid on a set from ShopGoodwill.com! : ) My favorite online Thrift store! I do miss GoodTwice.com….they closed shop when the pandemic hit ๐Ÿ˜ฆ Stay healthy and keep creating on!

        • If I find one in my thrift store travels, I’ll get it and send it to you. ๐Ÿ™‚

          • jENNiFER KiRKSEY says:

            Very Clever Beth on using painters tape and the entire pattern! LoL, I commented on YouTube and Hmmmm, think it went to Facebook (dunno). My comment was I’m going to make these for each of my family members and my sweet pup, Lil Lila! Thanks for sharing this clever hat pattern!!!

            Ps. I will stop talking so much…..probably looking crazy about now!

          • jENNiFER KiRKSEY says:

            If you do! I will Venmo you, etc!

            Super Thanks!

            Ps. Oh dear, I think I double posted comments! Yikes, ok….Over and Out Beth!

  5. Yay! A giveaway! Wonderful tutorial and video. Your fleece choice is adorable, especially the daisy fleece. I think this would make a great project for my teen daughter and I to do together!

    • Thank you so much Susan. I had so much fun selecting fleece for this project. I got it at JoAnn’s. The next two projects have gray and yellow fleece, too. Have fun making these with your daughter, it’s super fun and easy. ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. jENNiFER KiRKSEY says:

    Very Clever Beth on using painters tape and the entire pattern! LoL, I commented on YouTube and Hmmmm, think it went to Facebook (dunno). My comment was I’m going to make these for each of my family members and my sweet pup, Lil Lila! Thanks for sharing this clever hat pattern!!!

    Ps. I will stop talking so much…..probably looking crazy about now!

  7. jENNiFER KiRKSEY says:

    If you do! I will Venmo you, etc!

    Super Thanks!

    Ps. Oh dear, I think I double posted comments! Yikes, ok….Over and Out Beth!

  8. Tiffany says:

    So cute!Thanks for sharing!

  9. Judy Espeseth says:

    Enjoyed watching your informative as well as entertaining video. I made a fleece blanket with this similar technique but never thought about using it for a hat. Very creative. Thanks

  10. Susan Dobbins says:

    I did as you requested. Looks super easy and I’m going to make one this week! Thank you!!

  11. Marianna Ziegler says:

    Hi Beth!

    I made the rag quilt pattern for my husband at Christmas. Thanks for the inspiration! Hereโ€™s a photo:

    Marianna

    (810)348-9815 mariannaziegler@gmail.com

    >

  12. Genuine Julia says:

    Nice colors and looks super soft. The fringes that were knotted are in the back? Can you post a photo of it?

  13. Barbara Haase says:

    I went to both sites and signed in, making a comment. However, I kept getting a message to allow Facebook to track my activity which I don’t want to allow. I don’t think my comment was posted. Anyway, I love the video and the hat; it will be a great project to work on with my little nieces (ages 6 and 8) to get them ready for sewing machine use. Thanks for the great idea!

  14. Marilyn says:

    Love this idea! I was sure there’s be alglue gun gluing the back seam, but I love the ties. So creative!

  15. Jeanette Y says:

    Wow! What a great, no-sew, quick hat! I’m going to check my stash for some fleece!! Thank you!

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