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Egg on my head hat fabric by victorialasher on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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By Victoria Lasher

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Description:

Multiple creative uses for this gigantic "egg": A Hallowe'en hat, a microwave heating bag, a baby sack, for stroller or costume. The possibilities might be endless. More below and in the comments. Please post a picture of your project so we can all enjoy.

Now you can have egg on your head without having to wash your hair. You choose how "fresh" you want your egg. Add fusible interfacing to the back of the white, if you want a "Picture hat" quality to your hat. Or, recommended preparation, allow the egg to "drip" naturally, as a fresh egg, over your ears. You can decide the most flattering angle to wear your egg; even partially over your face, if desired. Manufacturer's warning: designer is not responsible for egg getting in your eyes. Elastic strap or fasteners are recommended to keep egg in place. Egg is not edible, do not attempt to scramble egg. Do not expose egg to butter or other oils. Do not attempt to cook egg. Do not place in oven. Do not expose to flame or other heat source.

Thanks to "inscribed_here", this is now available as a microwave heating bag*. You can trim the white edge from the yolk, or simply cover it with the stitching. Sew the yolk to the egg, using a zigzag stitch around the edge, without stuffing it (your egg won't appear fresh, but considering you will be using it over and over how fresh would it be anyway?) If desired, you can trim the egg to a more uniform shape. Choose any fabric you like pin the fabrics, right sides together. Trim the backing fabric even with the egg, sew around the edge, leaving an opening to add your filling.

Here is a site where you can find suggestions for fillers and instructions for using your egg: Tipnut; and thanks to "Tipnut" I now know that these can also be called: wheat bags, bed buddies, stress busters, magic bags, corn cozies, and rice bags.

Thanks to "connielou" this is now available as an infant costume. Instructions in comments below.

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victori...

victorialasher says: Thank you Moirarae. This is in the pile to be sewn up. hopefully soon.

Posted almost 4 years ago.

moirarae

moirarae says: So Simple and so much fun... Most amusing!

Posted almost 4 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: Thank you Catru.

Posted about 4 years ago.

catru

catru says: LOL this is too much awesomeness Victoria!!!!! :))))) ♥

Posted about 4 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: Can you imagine just hemming the egg and carrying it as a handkerchief? Can you imagine the looks that would get?

Posted about 4 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: Thank you Fireflower, and you have just provided another creative use for this. Applique it to a square of a nice toasty brown cotton to make a kerchief.

Posted about 4 years ago.

fireflower

fireflower says: I'm new to Spoonflower this year, so I missed this the first time around. I love it! Much more stylish than the traditional knotted handkerchief!

Posted about 4 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: Finally proofed, and for sale! I simplified the shape slightly. The yolk printed a perfect, eggy, yellow.

victorialasher uploaded a fabric image for victorialasher's design Egg on my head hat :

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Posted about 4 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: Made up by Spoonflower for the blog. Thank you Spoonflower; and thank you also, dapper Spoonflower egghead.

victorialasher uploaded a project image link for victorialasher's design Egg on my head hat :

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Posted about 6 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: Thank you, rhondadesigns and rose'n'thorn. I'd bow, but my egg might slide off. Nothing like balancing an egg on your head to improve your posture. ______ Thanks to a comment, not visible here, from Connielou (thank you Connielou), there is now another project you can make from this egg. I call it "Egg on toast" an infant costume. ________ You will need 2 pieces of fleece, each about 21 inches square (just slightly bigger than the egg) in a nice toast color; and some brown thread a little darker than the fleece, for the crust. Zigzag stitch along one side of each square of fleece to create a crusted edge. Attach the yolk to the egg as desired, flat or stuffed for a more realistic appearance. Appliqué the egg to one of the pieces of fleece. Pin the two pieces of fleece together, right sides out, and zigzag stitch around the 3 uncrusted sides to create crusts. Slide infant into open side of toast and voile, "Egg on toast".

Posted about 6 years ago.

rose'n'...

rose'n'thorn says: ha ha I think we have a winner :) this is awesome!

Posted about 6 years ago.

rhondad...

rhondadesigns says: Just noticed the new, egg-on-head icon. It is perfect!

Posted about 6 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: Thank you Connielou.

Posted about 6 years ago.

connielou

connielou says: My very, very, very, favorite! The little corner drawing is precious.

Posted about 6 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: Thank you Cean. I saw this when I posted my last thank you; so you must have posted as I was composing. I had to hustle back to work; and couldn't respond.

Posted about 6 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: Thank you Francine, weavingmajor and inscribed_here. I'm just tickled that so many of you like this silliness. I have no doubt that I have been influenced by my betters, in allowing my silliness to start exposing itself. Weavingmajor, I'm considering adding bacon; after all, everything is better with bacon, the food of kings. Only problem is it would throw off the yard on quilting weight. Currently you can supply a family of 4 eggheads, with hats for just $18. Where else can you find a deal like that? Perhaps I will just create a second, coordinating fabric. Inscribed_here, That is such a good idea, thank you; and I'm stealing it immediately.; I'm adding a tag and expanding my description.

Posted about 6 years ago.

ceanirm...

ceanirminger says: I love this Hat! As someone who often has egg on my face, I am super happy to have a matching cap to cover my embarassment! Eggcellent job, eggggggcelllent....

Posted about 6 years ago.

inscrib...

inscribed_here says: Remove all grey matter... leaving only a fried egg??!!! That's hilarious. I really hope any potential egg heads don't take you too literally. I love the warnings in the side bar. I'm almost tempted to ignore one though. I don't think I want to wear an egg on my head but this particular egg could be an effective and fun hot wheat pack.

Posted about 6 years ago.

weaving...

weavingmajor says: heh heh. I saw the egg man and Cean's walrus at the same moment, and have been singing Beatles songs to myself ever since. Koo koo catchoo! this is hysterically funny, made even more so by the sidebar commentary. I love the wacky warnings! I suspect Sammy, Cean et al have been rubbing off on you! ;o) mebbe you should make bacon strip-straps for the wider widths of fabric, so the quilting cotton is vegetarian and the others are omnivore? Eggs are on the edge of non-vegetarian anyways... ;o)

Posted about 6 years ago.

francine

francine says: I LOOOOOOVE this! It is so freaking funny and silly - just awesome Victoria! Hahaha :D

Posted about 6 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: Thank you all so much. I thought I wouldn't have time to do this and was so pleased to get it finished. I went together quickly, and I think it would be very easy to sew up. I thought about making bacon straps but decided to keep it vegetarian, so as not to offend anyone. Well, vegans might still be offended; but what's an egghead to do? If you want bacon straps I would suggest seeking out a ribbon that gives that impression, or using some permanent markers on some tan ribbon to add the details to bring your bacon to life.

Posted about 6 years ago.

monmeehan

monmeehan says: lol! that's hilarious!!

Posted about 6 years ago.

pattysl...

pattysloniger says: ooh, bacon straps! Those would be perfect with this awesome egg hat!

Posted about 6 years ago.

lulakiti

lulakiti says: FABULOUS! Really hilarious!

Posted about 6 years ago.

ms_corona

ms_corona says: Priceless and primitive at the same time - You are having so much fun at/with Spoonflower - you always inspire me to smile! Egg on your head! Geeze! -te he he!

Posted about 6 years ago.

jillian...

jillianmorris says: This is so funny! Looks easy to make and easy to visualize it modeled too. Great work!

Posted about 6 years ago.

uzumakijo

uzumakijo says: hahaha i know i find everything funny but this is super hilarious, love it! brilliant idea. your sidebar description is just as wonderfully funny too ! great job!

Posted about 6 years ago.

vo_aka_...

vo_aka_virginiao says: hahahaha, fabulously creative. I would have to make bacon straps to go with my egg.

Posted about 6 years ago.

kristop...

kristopherk says: lol - this is fabulous Victoria ... such fun, egg's that can be worn sunny side up :)

Posted about 6 years ago.

scrummy

scrummy says: just so funny and so brilliant! I love this. And your eggy words are super funny too..... yey for all the egg heads! xxx

Posted about 6 years ago.

spellstone

spellstone says: Fab! Love it (the illustration is great too!)

Posted about 6 years ago.

sammyk

sammyk says: Hahaha, I LOVE this, Victoria! It's very forgiving no matter where it's placed on your head. The swatch view illustration 'cracks' me up too! I think I might just want to embellish my yolk with a few gold sequins for more formal events. Love it!!!

Posted about 6 years ago.

kdl

kdl says: Funny story, rhondadesigns. This hat reminds me of my brownie troop teaching each other the "crack an egg on your head" song to eachother.

Posted about 6 years ago.

rhondad...

rhondadesigns says: This is such fun! Not only can you have egg on your face but on your head too! Actually it reminds me of when I was little and my older brother told me to check if the eggs in the fridge were cooked, by tapping them in my head. Yes, the results were predictable, and our mother was not pleased.

Posted about 6 years ago.