Are umbrella hats good?
A high-quality umbrella hat is an excellent option if you want to make the most of a rainy day without having to hold an umbrella in your hands. Umbrella hats provide the same level of rain protection as regular umbrellas, but without the need for your hands to hold them.
What are umbrella hats for?
When it rains or when the sun is shining, you can wear an umbrella hat to shield yourself. As a novelty item, it is regarded as being of interest.
Did Lou Brock invent the Brockabrella?
As a form of protection, it's an umbrella canopy worn on a headband. When Lou Brock, the great Cardinals outfielder of the 1960s and '70s, came up with the idea, he didn't think twice about it.
How do you make a hat umbrella?
In order to keep the hat from tipping over, you'll need a small umbrella that's designed for children.
Using a miter saw, remove the majority of the umbrella's handle. Just a little over six inches of the handle should remain.
Use a fine-grit sandpaper to smooth out the cut end of the umbrella handle.
Start at the center of the baseball hat with the umbrella handle. With a pen, trace the handle's outline onto the hat.
Make a hole in the center of the hat by cutting out the traced circle.
Insert the umbrella handle through the hat's hole, leaving about a quarter-inch of the handle exposed on the underside. Hot glue a line along one side of a hole and hold the umbrella there until it dries out.
Using masking tape, secure the umbrella handle at the top and bottom of the umbrella. Make sure your head doesn't get scratched when you wear the hat by taping the end of the handle.