I love vintage hats - and this Instructable is inspired by the cloche hats of the s! Cloches were close-fitting hats that were worn quite low - almost down to the eyebrows. They were made in a variety of styles from brimless to turned-up brims.
Linings For All Occasions Give all your hats and headpieces a professional finish with a choice of lining methods to suit the style chosen. Learn how to choose the correct fabric for liners and then secure the lining in each headwear piece whether a small cocktail or larger flat tipped crown. Customers will love this simple couture touch your new linings will add.
This is how the tissue paper hat craft was born! I loved how all the girls came up with different designs that showed off their personalities. The craft was quick and inexpensive, too!
We are unique in every way as all our hats and caps are our own designs. We use the finest Donegal tweed pure new wool woven exclusively for us. These designs are assembled by our dedicated team at our factory in Donegal Town, Ireland.
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While it's true that many of us can't resist shiny new things, sometimes we want that worn, vintage object — like a broken-in pair of jeans, sneakers, and baseball cap. So how can your new hat get that well-worn look when you don't have years and years to wait? It's actually easier than you think.
Every person is creative and full of imagination. Seeing things and tools lying around the house, a great deal of ideas and imaginative thoughts are rushing to the mind. Compared to ready-to-buy product, your own built will be more precise with the imagination you have in your mind.
Vintage hats are beautiful to look at and, in many cases, more intricate than first meets the eye. Many collectors wear their hats to accent their wardrobes, but displaying and storing these artifacts -- whether they were prized finds at a thrift store or expensive wins at an auction -- takes care and is truly a labor of love. If your vintage hat has been on display or you've worn it, make sure it's clean before storing it.
Originally published inthis vintage millinery book contains instructions and patterns for cutting, pinning, sewing and putting together calots, straw hats, sailors, half hats, pillboxes, off-the-face brims, jocket hats, snoods, dutch bonnets, knitted and crocheted hats. Also included are instructions for making an over-arm bag, crocheted over-the-shoulder bag and collar box. This book is filled with trimming ideas using flowers, veilings, hat pins, ribbons, beads, embroidery and sequins. The contents include: style element in millinery, basic millinery supplies, millinery materials, wool-felt bags, professional details of milllinery, half-hats, trimmings, how to remake and renovate, how to make hat foundations, ready-made frames, frames -- and how to make your own, crochet section.