In the hoop Reusable Crown pattern. Embroidery machine design of a fabric crown for Christmas and Birthday celebrations.
A reusable crown is the sustainable way to go, in creating celebratory accessories. Not only can a reusable crown be used year after year each festive season, it can also be used for birthdays, dressing up / World Book Day costumes, and to celebrate Royal occasions. The fabric and colour combinations you use, can truly make the crown suitable for any occasion, and can be reused – time and time again. It will certainly help to reduce the festive waste for years to come.
The crowns tie at the back, allowing the head to grow, or to be used on different sized heads. Cut the ribbon shorter to the desired length, once the crown is finished.
I have used a plain fabric for the back of the crowns, but due to their construction, why not have a different fabric on the back of the crown to make it reversible?
It is also possible to personalise the front of the crown – the perfect way to make the day even more special for the recipient.
The crowns with 4 peaks, have a slightly taller proportion, than the crown with 5 peaks.
• The 6×10 hoop sews 1 crown with 4 peaks.
• The 8×12 hoop sews 1 crown with 4 peaks.
• The 7.9×11 hoop sews 1 crown with 5 peaks.
• The 8×12 hoop sews 1 crown with 5 peaks.
• The 9×12 sews 2 crowns with 5 peaks (each crown is the same size as the 8×12 crown)
6×10 = 122.8 x 257.2 mm = 5,108 stitches
7.9×11 = 98.9 x 275.5 mm = 5,318 stitches
8×12 with 5 peaks = 105.1 x 292.8 mm = 5,660 stitches
8×12 with 4 peaks =142.8 x 292.3 mm = 5,784 stitches
9×12 = 218.6 x 293.4mm = 11,319 stitches
Included is ONE zip file. This consists of the pattern files in the below formats. There is also a PDF file which is a step by step photo tutorial for those who would like extra visual help.