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your hits - Vendio Gallery Payment | | Additional Information Antique Millinery Hat Making Reference CD Women #12! Click to view supersized image Hats and How to Make Them CD REPUBLICATION By Virginia C. Patty Originally Published in 1925 If you are the first to bid, using the buy-it-now option, you win! Don t wait, bid now! Up for bid is a marvelous UNABRIDGED CD-ROM REPUBLICATION of the original Hats and How to Make Them with NO RESERVE! We scanned and reformatted a scare original and are pleased to offer you this wonderful antique millinery reference for your reenactment, boutique sales or personal recreation sewing pleasures! This HISTORIC cd republication has 125 line drawings and photos regarding the manufacturing of the most deliciously feminine FLAPPER ERA HATS chapeaux in its 216 pages! It includes instructions for all the necessary steps and needle working techniques to make lovely hats for all seasons! It includes a rich HISTORICAL section on making your own patterns using graphed paper and/or other methods. This would be a great reference item for those interested in SCA, reinactment groups, students, fabric artists, Red Hat Society members and more! I hardly know where to begin!(Original is NOT for sale) This is certainly a fine source of historically valuable techniques and inspiration for the creative millinery and fabric artists out there who recreate the hats and headdresses from the early 1900 s. This is the perfect opportunity to purchase your own version of another wonderful craft instructional revealing our heritage from early America and European cultures! An excerpt: The material presented here on the choice and the making of hats has been accumulated during many years of teaching and shop practice. All methods given are those which have proved successful. Throughout the book emphasis is placed upon the need for studying the mode and adapting it to the individual. Repeated suggestions are made for modification of the hats and trimmings herein described. CONTENTS The Preface Part I. CHARACTER IN A HAT Chapter I. The Choice of A Hat Selection Often Difficult - Test of a Becoming Hat - Color and Texture Part II. PAPER PATTERNS Chapter II. How to Make Paper Patterns Brim Copying - Brim Designing - Paper Brim Construction - Crown Designing - Paper Crown Construction Part III. EQUIPTMENT AND MATERIALS Chapter III. Equiptment Chapter IV. Materials for Construction Braids - Fabrics - Furs Part IV. MAKING THE HAT Chapter V. Molded Frames Materials - Placing Pattern on Whillow - Headsize - Shaping Brim - Molding Brims withoug Patterns - Crowns Chapter VI. Wire Frames Materials - Measurements - Construction - Headsize Wire - Support or Spoke Wires _Sailor Frame - Mushroom or Drooping Brim - Upturning or Rolling Brim - Upturning Brim with Slash on Side - Mold for Irregular Shape - Covering Frame - Molding Willow over Wire - Molding over Paper - Wire Crown Molds and Frames Chapter VII. Estimating Materials for Hat Coverings Measuring for Brims - Measuring for Crowns - Covering Frame - Covering Irregular Shapes Chapter VIII. Covering Crowns Sewing Braids - Preparation of Braids - Frames for Braids - Covering Brim - Making Crowns - Sewing Braids over Wire Mold - Removing Brim from Mold Chapter X. Stitches and Processes Used in Construction of Hats Chapter XI. Edge Finishes and Bindings Bias Folds - Flat Folds - French or Milliner s Fold - Bias Fold on Edge of Brim - Fold on Edge of Brim - Fold on Edge of Brim without a Wire - Fold Made before Attaching - Narrow Ribbon or Braid Binding on Edge - Narrow Bindings of Silk or Organdy - Combination of Brim Covering and Binding - Plain Bias Fold Extending beyond Edge of Brim - Plain Edge - Shirred Edges, Three - Sectional Facings - Cord Finishing Chapter XII. Types of Hats and Their Construction Making the Sports Hat - Soft Hat of Bias Folds - Bias Folds with Running Stitch for Decorating - Bias Folds Decorated with Narrow Hemp Braid and Running Stitches - Crown of Bias Folds - Hats Made from Strips of Silk or Ribbon with Cord Edge - Crown with a Wire Cord - Underfacing of Radiating Strips with a Cord Edge - Ribbon Hats, Three - Makeing Brim with Cords - Shirred Hat of Silk - Silk Hat Stitched or Hemstitched - Tucked Brim - Halo Brims, Two - Child s Stitched Hat - Tam-p -Shanters, Eight PART V. TRIMMING THE HAT Chapter XIII. Handmade Trimmings Bows - Rosette - Ribbon Cockade with Variations - Cord Trimmings - Novelty Trimmings - Flowers and Fruit Chapter XIV. Decorative Stitches and Processes Chapter XV. Feathers Laws Governing Use of Feathers - Kinds Chapter XVI. Hat Linings Directions for Making PART VI. RENOVATION AND CARE OF HAT Chapter XVII. Renovation and Care Handling the Hat - General Upkeep or Care - Freshening Straw Hats - Reshaping Frames - Varying the Style of Crown - Renovating Materials PART VII. HISTORICAL Chapter XVIII. The Story of the Hat Men s Hats - Women s Hats - Significance of Headdress Glossary References The Index LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Shepherdess - Empress Eugenie - Rontispiece 1. Color chart 2. Measuring diameters of headsize 3. Two diameters of headsize 4. Cutting patterns 5. Pattern for brim 6. Cutting headsize (Method I) 7. Cutting headsize (Method 3) 8. Variations of brim (Method 3) 9. Straight-brim pattern 10. Drooping or upturning brim 11. Irregular-shaped brim 12. Cutting brim from material 13. Paper mold 14. Curved side band 15. Joining tip and side band 16. Sectional crown 17. Materials for frames 18. Tommy iron 19. Pliers 20. Wooden crown mold 21. Braids, types 22. Tagal plaque 23. Tascan, Swiss hair, and visca 24. Comparison of inches and lignes 25. Wiring headsize 26. Bracing headsize 27. Binding edge of brim 28. Free-hand molding 29. Crown mold (buckram wired) 30. Molding crown of crinoline 31. Band with stiff tip 32. Band with soft tip 33. Joining headsize wire 34. Attaching spoke wires to headsize wires 35. Wire frame, slashed 36. Wire frame prepared for molding 37. Molding willow over wire frame 38. Willow frame removed from mold 39. Molding over paper frame 40. Construction of wire crown 41. Wire crown, mold 42. Strething material on frame 43. Finishing edge of brim 44. Covering tip 45. Joining side band and tip 46. Plain side band and full and plain tip 47. Molding braid brim over wire frame 49. Backstitch 50. Catch stitch 51. Catstitch 52. Simulated fold 53. Slip stitch 54. Tie tack 55. Wire stitch 56. Cutting bias 57. Joining bias fold 58. Flat fold 59. Milliner s fold 60. Bias fold extending from brim 61. Covering top of brim 62. Sectional facing 63. Covering cord 64. Covering cord, wire inside 65. Brim of bias folds and braid 66. Crown of bias folds 67. Brim made with ribbon and yarn 68. Shirred hat 69. Stitched or hemstitched brim 70. Tam 71. Ribbon bows 72. Frames for bows 73. Ribbon bows 74. Plaiting on wired foundation 75. Ribbon cockades 76. Methods 1 and 2 for making cockade 77. Method 3 for making cockade 78. Variations of ribbon cockade and tailored bow 79. Pattern for large flowers 80. Novelty trimmings 81. Making velvet flowers 82. Making silk flowers 83. Futurist rose, process 84. Futrist rose, finished 85. Poppy pattern 86. Poppy, center 87. Detail for daisy petal 88. Tailored rose 89. Bell flower, stamens 90. Bell flower 91 Leaf and bud for bell flower 92. Bud and tendril 93. Georgette petals 94. Wire frame for petals 95. Organdy flower 96. Yarn flower No. 1 97. Yarn flower No. 2 98. Yarn trimmings 99. Straw trimmings 100. Quill foundation 101. Blanket stitch 102. Chain stitch 103. Couching stitch 104. Cross-stitch 105. Darning stitch 106. French knots 107. Knot stitch 108. Lazy-daisy stitch 109. Leaf stitch 110. Outline stitch 111. Satin stitch 112. Seed stitch 113. Petasus 114. Francis I 115. Charles XIII of France 116. The Slouched Hat 117. Napoleon 118. Puritan hat 119. Egyptian headdress 120. Hennin 121. Anne of Brittany 122. Mary, Queen of Scots 123. Eighteenth-century headdress 124. Pole bonnet 125. Dutch cap REMEMBER: THIS IS A FLAPPER ERA MILLINERY GUIDE!!! What a historically educational and delightful art instructional piece this is! The ladies of earlier times put their hands to such marvelous work and now you can too! These are beautiful items and sure to delight you and yours! These instructions are very clear and easy to follow and yet the experience needleworker will be capable of altering as per individual needs and artistic whim. The antique and vintage thread, fabrics, hat blocks, ribbons, flowers, feathers, etc., can be found on Atomic Mall quite readily. You just have to hunt a little bit! :) Or, of course, you can utilize contemporary tools and materials found at a nearby fabric, craft or hobby store… What dainty item will you make first with this information This information has been scanned onto CD-ROM using the Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF format. You may download the latest version of this software quickly at . This is NOT a copy of another CD-ROM. You will receive an ORIGINAL CD reproduction of this resourceful fancywork item. The text is viewed easily from your computer or you may choose to print each page as you read this amazing item on antique frock making. 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