It is easy to knit or crochet a pink kitty ear hat, but it takes a couple of hours, and sometimes you just do not have those hours. I had an old, pink kids’ size wool jumper. Arms were already recycled into arm warmers, but the rest was left when I saw that there were protests being organized.
I simply cut two rectangular hat size pieces, finished the edges with flexible stitch and a special presser foot designed for sewing thick fabrics. I fastened the pieces using narrow zig zag and relatively long stitch. Note that seam allowances shift because of the fold.
Ready to march!