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Judy Bentinck, London Millinery Class: making hat blocks from buckram using flat patterns.

Judy Bentinck, London Milliner

block making using modeling clay

lina stein millinery

Steampunk top hat tutorial. shown with leather but can be made with fabric with a couple minor adjustments.

face identifyer.jpg How to identify what type face you have.

Hat Guide — Maggie Mowbray Millinery

Photos of hatters tools

Photos of hatters tools

Interesting tutorial to make a "bichon", millinery ironing pad. BROKEN LINK

Thomas Modiste | Living Healthy for Today

How to make buckram flat -- AKA Breaking Buckram... Buckram is a stiff fabric that has been worked with sizing to allow it to hold it’s shape. It usually comes on a roll, so when you first receive it it has a tendency to curl up. While this isn’t a big deal when you’re draping a hat, we do need the buckram to be flat while we’re doing flat pattern drafting. To make this happen we need to break the buckram! Here’s how you go about doing that:

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Hat intro Primer | Vintage-Haberdashers Blog

Hat intro Primer

Application of latex rubber to pinch point of straw crown. This process strengthens the straw at its most vulnerable point.

Hatstruck Couture Millinery: How to Tie a Hat Blocking Cord; A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words; Felt Blocking Class

The Hatted Professor: The Cavanagh Edge Primer

The Hatted Professor: The Cavanagh Edge Primer

Photos of hatters tools - Page 32

Working with Parisisal



Introduction to Millinery materials

Introduction to millinery | Scissorfiend

buckram covering tip-sideband join

How to measure for hats. Link includes how to calculate & knit several styles of hats from the measurements. A good place to start designing hats.

Easiest Beginner Knit Hat Pattern Ever |

The standard Positioning for Top Hats, Bowlers, Panamas, Fedoras and the like one uses standard Hat Size measurement, about a finger or thumb above the ears ( 0.5 to 1 inch) and in middle of forehead going straight back)