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Vogue V8891

Added Apr 16, 2014

by Mary Williams

Austin, Texas, U...

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Description

This was my first attempt at millinery. It turned out… OK-ish. If I did this again, I would take the time to source out some real millinery supplies because I made this as a gift shortly after I arrived in Austin, so I had to get all my materials at JoAnn Fabrics. My local JoAnn in Austin is HUGE with a great inventory! But I think the wire I used in the brim probably wasn’t the right type. I also learned how exact you have to be with hats— some of my measurements were just a smidgen off. There are a lot more details to consider than I realized!

Material Notes

I used a decorative tulle with the stiffest netting I could find. If you make this, I would purchase real millinery wire because I think it makes all the difference!

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

Season
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
For
Women
Garment Type
Accessories
Style
Beach, Bohemian, Bridal, Classic, Evening Wear, Goth/Gothic Lolita, Romantic, Steampunk, Victorian
Material
Tulle

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