Here’s another super old project that I’m just getting around to posting. These photos are from . . . 2017? Yeah, super old. Well, this will be a quick post. And nevermind what I’m wearing in the photos. I’m gardening. I’m not going to be wearing my finest duds when I’m playing in the dirt.
This is the Betz White Reversible Bucket Hat. It was one of the first patterns I tried from the now defunct Sprout Patterns, mostly because it was one of the cheapest and I didn’t know how I’d feel about the service initially (spoiler: I liked it and I’m sad they decided to close). It’s made with Spoonflower’s linen-cotton canvas with a patterns by Groovity. I thought the linen-cotton canvas printed really nicely with vivid colors and would definitely use that substrate again.
With respect to the pattern, there’s not too much to say. It’s pretty straight forward and simple. Highly recommended for a beginner. And it’s definitely reversible. Not the kind where you sorta could wear the other side if you wanted, but actually reversible. I really love the patterns on this hat and may use them for another garment at some point, but not sure the hat is something I’ll wear terribly often because I tend to favor much larger brims that shield my neck and shoulders from the sun as well. But it’s cute. And apparently good for gardening.