How to Make a Hanging Hat/Beanie Organizer

I've been searching for a hat organiser but can't seem to find one so I decided to make one the way I like it. If you guys like it too then why not try it out? It's space friendly & really simple! :)

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How to Make a Hanging Hat/Beanie Organizer
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Things you'll need:  - Pegs (for more vintage look, you can use wooden pegs) - String (any strong string will do) - Rod (will talk abt it in step 2) - Hook (favourable size) - Ruler

Things you'll need: - Pegs (for more vintage look, you can use wooden pegs) - String (any strong string will do) - Rod (will talk abt it in step 2) - Hook (favourable size) - Ruler

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My rod is hollow, hence I can just slide the string in, but if yours isn't, it's totally fine (Step 5)

My rod is hollow, hence I can just slide the string in, but if yours isn't, it's totally fine (Step 5)

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I used a pin to make my job easier. You can use anything that is slim and has mass.

I used a pin to make my job easier. You can use anything that is slim and has mass.

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Put the string through the hollow hole.  Don't mind my feet, had a hard time holding the camera.

Put the string through the hollow hole. Don't mind my feet, had a hard time holding the camera.

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If your rod isn't hollow, you can always tie two strings (same length depending on how much u want it to hang) on each end of the rod & then tie them tgt again at the other end of the string (step 9)

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Measure the length of your rod. Divide the length by 2 and mark the center. Measure the string to a length that is slightly longer than the length of the rod (depending on how much u want it to hang).

Measure the length of your rod. Divide the length by 2 and mark the center. Measure the string to a length that is slightly longer than the length of the rod (depending on how much u want it to hang).

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My rod measures 46.75 cm, so I marked the 23.375 cm mark on my rod, that is the center.

My rod measures 46.75 cm, so I marked the 23.375 cm mark on my rod, that is the center.

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I didn't want mine to hang too much so I gave an allowance of 6cm (3cm for each side). (Which means my string measures 52.75cm)  Do note after tying the strings tgt, the length may shorten a little.

I didn't want mine to hang too much so I gave an allowance of 6cm (3cm for each side). (Which means my string measures 52.75cm) Do note after tying the strings tgt, the length may shorten a little.

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Tie the two ends together.

Tie the two ends together.

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Now, measure lengths of strings to hang your hats. The length depends on the place you're gonna hang it. I start with 3. Cut as many as you want but do note the limited space on your rod!

Now, measure lengths of strings to hang your hats. The length depends on the place you're gonna hang it. I start with 3. Cut as many as you want but do note the limited space on your rod!

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Tie one end of each long string to the rod.

Tie one end of each long string to the rod.

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Tada!

Tada!

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Okay, now take your pegs and start tying! As many as you want and in what ever sequence!

Okay, now take your pegs and start tying! As many as you want and in what ever sequence!

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Tada!

Tada!

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Install your hooks. Wherever you want them to be. I recommend Command Brand 3M hooks. They are removable w/o leaving traces and hold really well.

Install your hooks. Wherever you want them to be. I recommend Command Brand 3M hooks. They are removable w/o leaving traces and hold really well.

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Hang the hat organiser and you're done!

Hang the hat organiser and you're done!

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