IKEA snuck in a blue bag hack of their own recently. In the form of a bucket hat. The cute KNORVA hat was released in the US some time in June and is on a limited run. Foldable. Waterproof. Lined. Perfect for the beach. Or park. Source: ebay But it seems to be almost all out, everywhere. Last heard, on the Twitter account of IKEA USA Help, IKEA Covina and Renton has some. But probably not for long. Because people are going crazy for it. I need y’all help. My friend zoe got this hat from ikea and like it was the only one there and i’m trying to find one but i can’t find it on the site. So if anyone can find it plz lmk. @IKEAUSA @IKEAUSAHelp pic.twitter.com/S6nazHN23q— I ONLY WEAR MY RIGHT AIRPOD (@zxwadiii) May 29, 2019 So grab the $3.99 hat before it’s all gone. Or you’ll have to pay premium for it on eBay. View this post on Instagram Who’s rockin the new @ikeausa bucket hats 👀 #ikea #buckethats #ogfashionsense #ikeabuckethat A post shared by OGFASHIONSENSE (@ogfashionsense) on Jul 5, 2019 at 2:16pm PDT DIY IKEA bucket hat hack If your local IKEA is all out or you don’t live in the US — FOMO not. We’ve got you covered. You can easily make your own one-of-a-kind IKEA bucket hat. There are plenty of sewing tutorials for it and I’ve selected two for you. #1 Easy version The first from The Sorry Girls is really easy to do. You could probably hand stitch this if you don’t have a sewing machine. Just sew on (or glue on) the IKEA brand straps across the seams to take it closer to the KNORVA vibe. You can also leave it plain if you rather not be a walking billboard. Source: The Sorry Girls As you can see, it’s not the sturdiest of hats. But as a quick, cheap and easy DIY summer accessory, this works. #2 Reversible bucket hat The second is this excellent tutorial from Oliver+S. The pattern comes in four different sizes, so you can tailor your hat to fit. Or make a smaller one for your kid. Or dog. Source: Oliverands.com It’s reversible, so add in that pop of yellow on the inside of the hat, like the KNORVA. Best thing, you can wear it both ways. Not so hard, is it? Tag us @ikeahackersofficial if you do make one. We’ll love to see it. What else would you like to see IKEA make from their blue bags? Let us know in the comments below.