Every morning I like to sit and enjoy some coffee after dropping Max off at school; a double shot of espresso, usually as a cappuccino or machiato. However, while I use full tablespoons to measure off my espresso, my husband uses arbitrary fractions (do un-engineer like). So, when he’s home for a few days, finishing off a can is a bit problematic because all that’s left for me at the bottom of the can is a shot’s worth and a an arbitrary fraction. fraction. So this leaves me with two viable choices: an extra strong single shot (meaning less time to sit and enjoy), or a week double shot (meaning, time to enjoy, but drinking sub par coffee). Which is the better decision? I still haven’t figured that out. I’m thinking this is a sort of coffee hell.
I finished my latest kippah project last night, and he seems to like it. Like, he found it on the morning, asked to put it on, and he’s been pretending to fly ever since. Not bad, eh? Here are some action and construction shots (and very basic instructions):
If you’d like a fun, easy hat to make, but want something a little different from the traditional folded origami hats give this one a try! With different paper and less shaping, these make nice wide brimmed tea party hats. It’s very sculptural, so let your imagination run wild!