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Announcement   Handmade hats, unique designs, and customizable items by Megan Pawlak.


Last updated on Jan 12, 2019

Handmade hats, unique designs, and customizable items by Megan Pawlak.

Megan Pawlak

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Megan Pawlak

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Video summary: Write, Score, Cut, make! Cricut Explore Air 2. The machine I use to test all of my designs.

I'm an artist working with crochet- and knit-wear.

I grew up on the south side of Chicago, in the Gage Park area, and have since lived in the southwest and west suburbs of Chicago. My father and his mother were artists and instilled in me a love of creativity while my mom is wholly responsible for crafting with me as a kid. I'm inspired to keep creating by just about everything from books to movies to podcasts.

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Last updated on Jan 28, 2019
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Sizing details

Hat sizes are given as a circumference, but have stretch. They may fit head sizes both smaller and larger than the circumference given.

Care instructions

Hat care instructions are indicated in each listing. Care instructions will also be shipped with each hat for future reference.

Why is my digital file bigger/smaller than expected when I upload it to my software?

While I make every effort to make files the correct sizes as well as highest quality, those decisions are made using Adobe Illustrator and this may upload differently in Design Space, Design Studio, etc.

Some notes to consider:

SVG files are vector files and can be made as small or as large as you want with your machine/printer the only limit on what you can do.

PNG files are raster files, delivered at the size listed at 300 dpi - considered high quality for commercial printing at a t-shirt or print shop where you may have your purchased image printed (for personal use only) or if you own a high quality home printer. You can safely make the image smaller to suit your needs. Enlargement is highly discouraged for quality purposes.