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Create ravishing hats without expensive tools in this tutorial by milliner, John Koch.
Many hats, from fedoras to cowboy hats, are made from felt. After the hat has been worn a few times and exposed to moisture, including rain or skin oils, it will begin to lose its shape. Many people send their felt hats to professionals to have them reshaped, but this is a needless expense.
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Shady Days offers unique custom, handmade hats that will make a statement and are made with quality that will last for years. Made in Statesboro, Georgia by J. Lucas.
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Project Overview: How to Block a Wired Hat Brim using Windowpane Sinamay In this tutorial, multi-award winning American milliner and millinery tutor Laura Del Villaggio of Milli Starr will show you how to make a gorgeous bias-blocked sinamay hat brim with a hidden wired edge. Please note, you will need to block
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I’ve been teaching myself to block felt hats for the past year now – I’m by no means an expert, having no formal teaching or training at all, but I’ve learnt a bit over the …
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As the weather starts to change, our fashion accessories do so as well. If it hasn’t done so already where you live, the air will soon be cooling off and you will be trading in your fli…
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In my previous post about the Mad Hatter’s hat, I mentioned that I was going to post about how to wire buckram. If you’re interested in making a buckram-based hat, you’ll need to …
Custom made Kentucky Derby hats at Dee's in Louisville, Kentucky and an Easy Guide To Making Your Own Derby Hat.
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Alright everyone, onto part 2 of the basic pillbox tutorial! When we left off yesterday, we had the hat's inner structure completed, now it is time to cover it with fabric! Take the circle of fabric you cut out earlier and center it on the top of your hat to begin. Start across from the seam in the wire and hat stand band (now the center back) and position the fabric so it is on the bias from center back the center front. Pin from the top through the tip of the hat to the stand smoothing the…
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