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Thank-you zoomba, that is very kind of you. I have a wonderful teacher who gives me very good gui…
Thanks again Kokoluna.
Thank-you sweet Ellen.
Thank -you again for your lovely comments. The roses are pure pleasure to make.
You would love this course Ellen. The course is at government funded training college. Millinery …
Thanks Jenny. This one is purely for looks. It will not keep the sun out.
Thanks so much Kokoluna. I have another 2 years before I can call myself a milliner and because y…
Thanks again Ellen. You are always so kind and generous with your lovely comments.
Thank- you so much cris. It was my teachers favourite in my portfolio of hats.
Thank- you slmnstyle. I would be happy for you to wear it if you lived close by.
Thanks Ellen. I am not sure if I am talented but I do love making hats.
Thanks Mary. Yes, you would love the course and like me, love the company of the other students. …
This is a sweet top and your daughter must be thrilled with it.
This is such a lovely Tiramisu Jenny. The fabric is perfect for this pattern and I do hope your M…
Very cute and cool dress. You must have enjoyed Jody Pearl’s classes Jenny. I have bought her spl…
These pants look great as well as looking very comfortable.
This is a very pretty dress Jenny and you look so lovely in it. I like the contrast fabric details.
I have just googled Rachel Trevor-Morgan and I now know whose hats I have found on Pinterest, tha…
This little cocktail hat was the fastest project that I had to make for my millinery course assessment. The base of the hat is made with buckram and when you wet buckram, it is very easy to mold an…
This hat is completely made using sinamay; a woven plant fibre. It is a relatively easy fibre to work with but as this is the first time I have used sinamay, I know I have lots to learn and improve…
This year I began a 3 year millinery course and these are my first 2 felt hats.
This is my first straw hat that I have made in my first year of millinery classes. The red roses are made of silk crepe de chine and silk organza using the French flower making process. It is very …
Fabulous dress and so full of wonderful creative ideas. Well done Ellen, your niece must be so ha…
Beautiful Ellen and the fabric is beautiful too.
Beautiful!!! And I love your hat too. I am a millinery student so I appreciate all the hours that…
Thank-you admiralsara. If you intend to make either of these patterns, The Elisalex or the Anna, …
Beautiful Irina. The stockings are going to be a family treasure.
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