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Adult Felt Victorian Bonnet - More Colors
Bonnet from a cereal box, duct tape, and coathanger
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How to make a cardboard and duct tape bonnet. "I swear by my pretty floral bonnet, I will END you."
cardboard bonnet step 10
How to make a cardboard and duct tape bonnet... Hmm, that might just do... :) #cosplay #costume
How to make a Victorian bonnet with cardboard and duct tape
How to Make a Cardboard and Duct Tape Bonnet
Deby Clark - Random Acts of Vintage Australiana Home Journal Primavera 1942
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1942 summer hat
darling 1942 hat
Vintage hat Deby Clark - Random Acts of Vintage Australiana Home Journal Primavera 1942
Deby Clark - Random Acts of Vintage: Australian Home Journal Spring 1942
hats from the National Bella Hess Fall and Winter catalog of 1939-1940
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Wonderful hats from the National Bella Hess Fall and Winter catalog, 1939-1940. #vintage #1930s #1940s #hats
Vintage hat guide
1939 fashion trends
Catalog Inspiration: In Fashion Headlines with Hats- 1939-1940
1961 ... fine Ward's millinery! by x-ray delta one, via Flickr
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Hats, Glorious Hats! 1950s Wards catalog.
Ward's in 1961. #vintage #hats #1960s #fashion
1961 ... fine Ward's millinery! | - Lileks | By: x-ray delta one | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
How to Make and Trim Your Own Hats - free e-book.
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1940s Millinery - How To Make and Trim Your Own Hats - The Vintage Pattern Files
ENTIRE BOOK! How to Make and Trim Your Own Hats by Vee Walker Powell 1944
The Vintage Pattern Files: 1940's Millinery - How To Make and Trim Your Own Hats #millinery #judithm If you are a collector of old books on hatmaking, this is a good one.
How to make 1940s hats
Portrait of a Woman PREDIS, Ambrogio de c. 1490 Oil on panel, 51 x 34 cm Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan
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LEONARDO DA VINCI (1452 - 1519) - Portrait of a Lady in Profile. Generally attributed to Ambrogio de Predis. The face is thought to show the hand of Leonardo. Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan, Italy.
Portrait of a Woman by Ambrogio de Predis - probably c.1490 Giovanni Ambrogio de Predis (c. 1455 – c. 1508) was an Italian Renaissance painter from Milan
Hair taping under veil -The Magdalen Reading Studio of Ambrosius Benson. Active 1519-1550
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The Magdalene Reading (1525), Ambrosius Benson. #art #painting
The Magdalen Reading about 1525, Ambrosius Benson National Gallery, London. The Magdalen is shown with her attribute, the pot of ointment with which she anointed Christ. This is one of many versions of the composition by Benson. The design may ultimately derive from a figure such as that in 'The Magdalen Reading' by Rogier van der Weyden in this Collection. It seems to have been a popular subject in the Low Countries in the 16th century.
Art, posters and prints of a woman or women reading repinned by www.AboutHarry.com
Ambrosius Benson, Mary Magdalen Reading. 1490-1550. ConSentido Propio: María Magdalena: Equívoco y Misterio (2)
This is the Easiest Fleece Hat Pattern! It's super inexpensive to make and a great project even for beginners. I'm going to make these for stocking stuffers next year!
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Easy Fleece Hat Pattern! Great for the kids and next years Christmas Shoebox
Easy fleece baby hat
Easy Fleece Hat Pattern - Fleece Hat Pattern - Easy Sewing Projects
How to Sew Fleece Hats in 10 Minutes * die erklärung ist nicht für diesen hut, sondern einen mit rundem dach, aber egal, beide sind einfach zu machen
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How to Sew Fleece Hats in 10 Minutes | eHow
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PATROON + TUTO - ENG - Fleece Hat DIY (adult)
Winter Fleece Hat / Kids & Baby
HATS AND EMBROIDERY - Embroidery Designs
15 hats without feathers. Ladies' Home Journal 1898. www.cs.arizona.ed...
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15 hats without feathers. Ladies' Home Journal 1898. | Hats to protest the over-harvesting of exotic birds used to make fashionable hats (plus, these version could be much cheaper).
Edwardian Fashion: Hats
Victorian fashion, Millinery: 15 hats without feathers. Ladies' Home Journal 1898. http://www.cs.arizona.edu/patterns/weaving/articles/SAMPLES/lhj_hat3.gif
Ladies Home Journal, 1910
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Ladies Home Journal, cover, 1910 ~ (edwardian era, vintage lady, fashion, hats)
Tip and tricks of how to curl and add feathers/plumes to your hat
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Some feathers might have a thick vane, so you need to soften it: boil a pan of water and hold the feather over the steam to soften the stim before curling. It becomes very obvious when you curl the feather from which side of the bird the feather comes from, use the natural right or left feather when decorating the hat.20131105-145000.jpg
Feather, feathers and plumes!
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Philip Treacy -- London Fashion Week Spring 2013.
LFW SS2013: Philip Treacy Catwalk
Red Philip Treacy hat, shapes are incredible
bright head piece
LFW SS2013: Philip Treacy Catwalk
How-To: Bonnet from Vintage Linens
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Sewing tutorial: Repurpose vintage linens as bonnets (project is for baby bonnet, but could be adapted to adult sunbonnet), by Sydney Francis on blog.makezine.com (24 Aug. 2011). Please respect the designer's Intellectual Property rights as an artist. If you wish to make these for sale, Get Her Permission First.
DIY tutorial and pattern for these adorable vintage baby bonnets.
bonnets made from antique linens
Cute baby bonnets made of vintage linens.
Cute baby gifts! sewing
How-To: Bonnet from Vintage Linens: For both bonnets: Step 1: Download the bonnet pattern, print it, and cut out the separate pieces. Tape together the two crown pieces labeled "Pattern Piece 2" where indicated.Step 2: Select a vintage linen with embroidery embellishments and iron it flat using the appropriate heat setting. Step 3: Play with the pattern pieces to determine how to best use the existing embroidery. Once you have settled on a design, pin the pattern pieces down and carefully cut them out. Step 4: Pin and cut out your pattern pieces for the lining from a contrasting fabric. Step 5: Using a pencil, mark the dots indicated on the pattern pieces onto both the lining and vintage fabrics. Step 6: Using the machine, baste stitch between the dots marked on the lining and fabric for Pattern Piece 2 (if making the bonnet with the flat bill, do this with Pattern Piece 4 as well). Pull the thread to slightly gather the basted stitches. Step 7: Pin together the right sides of Pattern Pieces 1 and 2, using the gathered fabric of 2 to ease around the curved edge of 1. Step 8: Using the sewing machine, stitch pieces 1 and 2 together. Repeat this using the lining fabric. For a bonnet with a flat bill: Stitch rickrack or lace along the curved edge of Pattern Piece 3. Because the fabric I was using frays easily, I also zig-zag stitched along the edge. Step 10: Cut a 40" piece of 1/4" bias tape. Top stitch the open edge of the tape closed. Step 11: Pin the bias tape 1/4" in from the straight edge of Pattern Piece 3, distributing the extra length evenly on either side (these will be the ties for the bonnet). Step 12: Stitch the bias tape in place leaving 1/2" unsecured on each end (this will allow for a finishing seam). Step 13: Pin the right side of the bill (Pattern Piece 3) to the right side of the crown (Pattern Piece 2). Stitch in place. Unfold and iron flat. Step 14: Pin the right side of the bonnet to the lining, being careful to tuck the bias tape ties inside. Leave the back of the bonnet unpinned (this will be the opening for turning the hat right-side-out). Sew in place using a 1/4" seam allowance. Step 15: Turn the bonnet right-side-out by pulling the fabric through the opening left in the back of the bonnet. Iron seams flat. For a bonnet with a ruffled bill: Step 9: Cut a 40" piece of 1/4" bias tape. Top stitch the open edge of the tape closed. Step 10: Pin the bias tape 1/4" in from the straight edge of Pattern Piece 2, distributing the extra length evenly on either side (these will be the ties for the bonnet). Step 11: Stitch the bias tape in place leaving 1/2" unsecured on each end (this will allow for a finishing seam). Step 12: Cut a strip of fabric for the ruffled bill that is 5" x 40" (I used my lining fabric for this, but fabric the same color as the cap of the bonnet looks great as well). Step 13: Fold together the right sides of the ruffle and stitch the short ends closed (you will now have a strip that is 2 1/2" x 40"). Step 14: Turn the ruffle strip right-side-out and iron the folded edge in place. Baste stitch along the open edge. Step 15: Pull on the threads of the baste stitching to gather the ruffle. Step 16: Pin the gathered edge of the ruffle to the right side of the crown (Pattern Piece 2), evenly distributing the gathers. Stitch in place. Step 17: Pin the right side of the bonnet to the lining, being careful to tuck the bias tape ties inside. Leave the back of the bonnet unpinned (this will be the opening for turning the hat right-side-out). Sew in place using a 1/4" seam allowance. Step 18: Turn the bonnet right-side-out by pulling the fabric through the opening left in the back of the bonnet. Iron seams flat. To finish both bonnets: Use a needle and thread to blind stitch the open back of the bonnet closed.
These are so sweet - baby bonnets from vintage linens with hand embroidery. Tutorial on how to make them - looks like a simple sewing project for a beginner.
How-To: Bonnet from Vintage Linens
DIY Mini Top Hat