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Ribbon Instructions for Knitted Hats – 2019

Knitted hats and hats have been popular for centuries. Their construction is relatively simple, but can be enriched by adding film to the finished product. The two main ways to place a film on a knitted hood are to sew two pieces at the edges or knit a piece around its opening. Since not all knitted hoods are made by themselves, the way the film is mounted is not always the same. It's both a matter of taste and function. Welding of the edges of the belt prevents wear.

Ribbon Instructions for Knitted Hats - 2019 2

Satin ribbons contrast beautifully with the hood's knit structure.

Sewing tape in a knitted hat

Step 1

Choose a band that fits the knitted hood. If your hood is a thread color, choose a complementary color for the belt. Use one of the accent colors to choose your ribbon if the hood has many colors.

Step 2

Cut the ribbon in two equal lengths. Each strip must be approximately 2 feet in length to allow the decorative crease at the bottom of the strip.

Step 3

Fold the end of the tape slightly upwards. Place the folded section in the corner of the engine cover opening and remove it on the bonnet. Match the thread to the tape so that it is less visible. Use enough stitches to make the ribbon secure.

Step 4

Fold the ribbon into an arc or similar shape. Bring the film back to the center with each fold and hold it or correct it as you continue to fold. Sew the bow in the center. Make sure that the needle runs through each piece of tape before passing through the hood.

Step 5

Cut off the rest of the tape. This prevents leakage and makes it clean. Repeat the process on both sides of the engine cover.

Baptizing the ribbon through a knitted hood

Step 1

Cut the selected band to a single 3-foot length. If the knitted hood is for a child, measure a length that fits the child's head and extends approximately 1 foot from the corners of the cover. It is best to use a thinner ribbon for this procedure.

Step 2

Turn one end of the ribbon to resemble the end of a lace. Secure the twisted position with adhesive tape.

Step 3

Wrap the tape along the edge of the hood. Screw the lace end of the ribbon through the threads of the thread into a pattern above. To ensure that the shape of the cover is not damaged, the ribbon should be about 1/2 inch from the front edge. Remove the tape and unwrap the tape after it has been woven along the entire edge.

Step 4

Connect both ends of the tape.