Little Yarn Hats

Wind yarn onto strips of toilet paper rolls to make these cute tiny hats!
If you're still looking for ideas of Christmas tree decorations, you should check this out! I've been so excited about this tutorial that I couldn't wait any longer and I've decided to show it to you the way it looks at the moment. I will be continually adding steps descriptions but I hope you'll enjoy it the way it is :)

If you want to learn another technique of creating winter ornaments, check out our 3D Paper Snowflake, I bet you're gonna like it!

Are you going to create something else to hang on your Christmas tree? Talk to me in comments below!

What you need:

Tools:

  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Pencil

Supplies / ingredients:

  • Yarn
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Let’s start! Get ready all tools and supplies :)

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First, take a toilet paper roll and fold it a bit for easier measuring.

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Take a triangle and measure off 1.8 cm/ 0.7 inch wide strips.



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15 thoughts on “Little Yarn Hats

  1. Tatjana R. says:

    Wow what a cute idea. I love it and would fit perfect on my branches in my livingroom. How many stripes you´ve used ? Thanks for this great tutorial ♥

  2. Gaba Banas says:

    @Tatjana R. Good to hear that! We’re happy that you’re going to use our tutorial. For each hat we used one strip. You’ll get five strips from one paper roll. Good luck! :)

  3. Lorna H says:

    Absolutely love this! My friends were like :O WOAHHH! but then I directed them to this website! We are now having fun trying out loads of thinks on this website :D

  4. Lorna H says:

    I found it was easier/slightly cuter to use wool in different colours. It was softer as well! So cute tho :)

  5. Gaba Banas says:

    We’re happy to hear that! Let us know what do you think about the rest of our tutorials! Merry Christmas! :)

  6. virginia kimmell says:

    your instructions are fantastic. I am 80 with arthritis in my hands and fingers {other joints too) so the actual work is difficult but my spacific problem is getting the yarn to pull down tight enough. its puffy looking. when you make your loop and pull the yarn through it does the knot (thats just my word for it} sit inside on the inner part of the t.p. roll. Mine sits in the very rim . Thats why it looks puffy.I hab\ve baby showers and birthdays and next years christmas trees to decorate. Thanks for such a wonderful craft.

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