From the Blue Shed has a tutorial for the cutest triangle scarf for a little girl. It has a visor on it! It is not only cute but practical. I wanted one, so here is my adult version.
I love that it is reversible!
I need a new camera. The colors of the fabrics are so much prettier than they look here.
I didn't do the fold and buttons the original has because I didn't make it long enough on the pointy end. Prototype 2 will have that. Another change I made was to press Wonder Under to one of the pieces of visor fabric. I wanted to be sure it would have enough stiffness since it would be much larger than the child-sized version.
The ties are extra long (26" in this case) as I did on my plain old triangle scarf from a few posts ago. I like the tie on top of my head instead of in the back. This length allows me to cross the ties in the back and bring the bow to the top. My hair is fine and thin. Ties stick out through my hair. (On the positive side, my hair dries super fast so let's hear it for fine, thin hair!) Next time, though, I'll do 20" ties. These 26" ones require a bow. I'd rather just knot the top.
I cut my triangles on the fold using 11 1/4" for a total of 22 1/2" to go around the head and 13" for the length (from center of the head to the tip of the triangle). I hope that makes sense. I measured down 13 inches on the fold and 11 1/4" from the fold down on other end. Then I used the rotary cutter from one point to the other. I'll probably go with 23 x 15" for the next one. It is sewed with a 1/2" seam.
For the visor pattern, I used a small dinner plate. I cut the piece with 4 3/4" center height x 8 1/4" length. The 8 1/4" worked great, but I ended up pushing the visor in about an inch and a half because it would have stuck out too much. Still, don't think I will use less than the 4 3/4" the next time. I think that extra fabric provides some stability for the visor. I worried that the visor would be too floppy or just not sit right even with the Wonder Under. I'm too lazy to test that theory, though.
A huge thank you to The Blue Shed for the idea. She has some great jewelry in her Etsy shop, too. Such talent!