Don't want to drop 20 or 30 dollars on heaspin beanie? Make your own! Okay, if you know how to sew, this will be easier, and you can probably do a better job than me. But I suck at sewing a I threw together a pretty good headspin beanie like this. 1. Get a cheap beanie 2. Go to a fabric store and find some vinyl/mesh fabric. I'm not sure of the real name for it, but it kinda seems more plastic, and is a "net" type material, meaning you can see through it. Get some of that... There might be a few differant kinds, but fabric from a fabric store is very inexpensive, so you can experiment. Ask for about a yard of it. It might seem like a lot, you it's easy to mess up and cut stuff wrong, so you want extra, plus it's damn cheap. 3. At home, put the beanie on your head and make measurements as to where you want the fabric to be. It might be easier if you have someone help you with this. And you want the beanie on your head when you measure because it stretches out when you wear it. I maked four corners, two in the front, and two in the back. I suggest marking the four corners with a sharpie, you'll sew over it, so you won't see it anyways. Get measurements, so you can make a square of fabric that fits. 4. Cut out a square of the fabric that corresponds to your measurements. It's a pretty thin fabric, so I triple layered mine. So you can just cut it out 3 times as long and fold it. 5. How to sew for dummies- Get a needle. Get thread. Attach the thread to the through fabric and back through from other side. Pull it so almost all the thread is pulled through, but before that happens, tie the end of the thread to itself so you have an anchor. Put the needle through the thread and bring it back up. Do it again. Also, again. And again... Don't cut your thumb. When you're done sewing a section, tie it down to itself a few times so it'll stay there. 6. Sew each corner of the fabric onto the beanie. Don't forget the beanie will strecth on your head, so there should be loose fabric. After the corners, go around the whole thing and sew it all down. You will have to fold some of it over itself, especiall right on the top. OR--Sew one corner on, and sew the whole thing down to the next corner. The to the next and next untill you're all the way around, again, you have extra on the top that you'll have to fold over itself and sew down... I suggest sewing over the egdes 3 or 4 times... If you want, go ahead and sew the middle parts down, but it's not nessesary. Voila, you have a headspin beanie that should have cost you about $5 and an hour of your time. It's not the prettiest beanie, but it's cheap, and damn effective. And for god's sake, be carefull, if you aren't used to it, it's slick and you'll probably fall out from under yourself the first few times... Yup.. Hope that all makes sense. Good luck. If anyone else has tips, or know what the fabric is called, post up.