301 Sunblocker with Scarf - Natural Oatmeal with removable Black Scarf

Beautiful full brim sun hat that will look great on your head at a summer wedding or with the change of the trim, on the beach to the beach party. From the garden to the garden party!

Our hats block most of the sun's harmful rays and are hand washable, packable and crushable.

'Sun Protection with Style' is our slogan and our goal for each and every sun hat we create!

This organic cotton based hat in Natural/Oatmeal and Black is lovely, a hat that will be your go to hat for all your summer outdoor fun. Scarf is polyester and is about 60 inched in length ... tied at a bow at the back.  Edge is trimmed in black cotton and our edge is designed to create a stunning brim turned up or down. 

Built in belt loops means you can change the scarf to another in your collection. Adding a fun colorful scarf will change the look of the hat from dressy to summer fun casual.

Hat includes solid Black scarf as shown. You have the option to add an extra scarf after you add the hat to your cart. The extra scarf selection will pop up. Right now that is a black scarf with red roses made in our studio.

Brim is more than 3" at the front of the hat and at least 2.5" at the back ... it can be turned up more and it will stay in place ... this is very useful for gardening and golfing. Under the brim you will find black cotton, the same used on the edge of the hat, and this under-brim will offer extra protection and shade around the face.

This hat has a gently elastic lining inside so the fit is great for most people. Hat is designed to fit women with an average to above average sized head. Scarf can be used to tighten fit.

Watch our video on YouTube about this hat! Learn how to re-tie your bow or change the trim ... link here to open in new window.

This hat can be made with our Sunblocker Sun Hat sewing pattern, the instructions are covered in our YouTube Video Sunblocker Part Two.

Sewing Pattern is available as digital download here.

See the Sunblocker Series of How To Make it videos.

Part One is here on  YouTube.

Part Two is here on YouTube.