So it took me a while, but here is a template and instructions for a frog crown (you can print the crown pattern at the bottom of the post). You can modify it to have more “spikes” if you want or shorten it a little…..but it will be a good starting point if you want to “crown” your little frog prince. The original frog beanbag pattern is here.
Step 1: Place 2 piece of fabric right sides together and pin your template together with them. I use a disappearing ink pen to trace my crown just to make sure it is perfectly proportioned when I cut it out.
Step 3: Using a 1/4″ seam, starting at the bottom middle of the crown, sew all the way around the crown. You might want to draw your sewing lines with your disappearing ink pen to make sure your point are perfect…..because if they aren’t you’ll be able to tell! Make sure to…….
Step 5: Turn the crown right side out. Use a skinny object like the end of a small paintbrush or the dull end of a kabob skewer (that is what I use) to push the tiny points out. Then iron your crown flat.
Frog Prince Crown
Copyright © 2009 by Ashley Hackshaw. All rights reserved. This crown pattern is for personal and home use only.