1. Cut six pattern pieces for the exterior fabric and six for the interior fabric. Cut four 14" x 1.5' long rectangles for the tie. Place two of the petal pattern pieces with the right sides facing each other i.e., printed side of the fabric. Stitch along one side.
2. The picture is what your stitching should look like. Clip the curves to remove any bulk and help the seams to lay flat. Now add a third petal piece to the first two that you sewed together. Place with the right sides together and stitch together. Do the exact same thing with the other three exterior petal pieces. So that you end up with two large pieces that have three petals each. Follow the above instructions for sewing the lining pieces together.
3. Place two of the strap pieces with the right sides together. Stitch down both long sides and one short side, leaving one short side open for turning right side out. Clip the corners to remove bulk.
4. Use a long stick (or, in my case, a thin paintbrush) and push the side that you sewed together up through the rest of the long tube until you can pull it right side out. Follow the same instructions for the other strap.
5. Now place your exterior fabric pieces and your lining fabric pieces with right sides together and pin around the edge. Place your straps inside the hat with the raw edge lined up with the raw edge of the hat. Place each strap on the opposite side of the hat in between one of the scallops and in between the exterior layer of fabric and the lining layer of fabric. Stitch all the way around the scallops, but leave a 2?-3? opening for turning right side out. Pull the fabric through the small opening to turn it right side out. Hand sew the small opening that you left around one of the scallops. Now you can layer a small button on top of a large button and hand sew it to the top of the hat.