by Actinium Design
I cut a circle from the feature cotton fabric and the same size circle from the waterproof lining. I sewed the two together using the satin binding then finished the edge by turning the binding and top stitching.
I measured in from the finished edge and sewed the cotton bias binding to the inside of the shower cap, leaving the casing open where the binding meets.
I then used an elastic bodkin to thread elastic through the casing. I tightened the elastic to fit my head and sewed the ends together.
The cap is modeled here by my resident model Edward and is fun, practical and attractive. I have taken orders for several hats for friends.
I make these in 3 sizes, small (suitable for a child), medium and large, the large size being for those with thick or long hair or those who like to wear rollers when they are in the shower.
I am currently taking orders for the shower caps on my website, in this blue fabric and an attractive feminine deep pink with a large white polka dot. if you would like me to make this for you, please send me a message. I can make this in a fabric of your choice.
Thank you for taking the time to look at my project.
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