How to Make a Nurses Cap?

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A traditional nurse's cap is white, with a wide flared brim in the front that turns up and to the side, and usually features a large red cross on the front. All of the pieces of the cross are equal in length, as this is the internationally recognized symbol for health care or medical aid. These caps are made by folding a flat stiff cloth. The corners are then pinned at the back of the head, so that it holds snug to the hair. This style is not worn very often in modern times.
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1. Print out the nurse hat pattern at the Avianna Cosplay website or design your own. Use a pencil to trace the pattern onto the white cloth. 2. Use your scissors to cut out the fabric
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The cap's original purpose was to keep the nurse's hair neatly in place and present a modest appearance.
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A nurse's hat is called a cap; the same is true for a baseball
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My best advice is to take it to the dry cleaners. My cap was of a different type of material and if I tried to clean it it would leave spots. I took it to the dry cleaners and they
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To make a nurses cap all you need is an envelope, a pair of scissors and a red crayon. In five simple steps you can have a paper nurses hat. You can find more info at: boowakwala.uptoten.com
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