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Hat Making Make Flapper Hats Anslow 1922 Practical Millinery b y Florence Anslow Spiral Bound Book Republication Originally Published in 1922! Why Buy Just One Receive a 50% s/h discount on all items in your order after the first purchase, providing all are paid for in a single payment as invoiced! Up for bid is another marvelous Dakota Prairie Treasures UNABRIDGED Spiral Bound Book Republication of our original Practical Millinery with NO RESERVE! We scanned and reformatted a scare original and are pleased to offer you this wonderful antique millinery reference for your reenactment or personal recreation sewing pleasures! This item has score upon score of line drawings and photos regarding the manufacturing of the most deliciously feminine FLAPPER ERA HATS chapeaux in its 226 pages! It includes instructions for all the necessary steps and needle working techniques to make lovely hats for all seasons for women, plus children and infants. It includes a rich selection of scaled millinery (draft) patterns for you to enlarge to full-sized patterns using graphed paper or other methods. This item covers the history of the hat from ancient times through the 20 s. This would be a great reference item for those involved in reenactment groups, milliners, millinery and fabric art students, Red Hat Society members and more!(Original is NOT for sale) Our line of Spiral Bound Book Republications oh-so-conveniently lie flat while in use! This is a unbelievably nice touch if you have every tried to read a pattern s instructions while your hands are full of your in progress project. As an avid needleworker myself my personal experience prompted my choice of spiral binding for it s ease-of-use alone. I bet you ll love it too! 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! Two excerpts: In compiling the following book, the author has in her mind, not only the teaching of a handicraft, but the hope of presenting her subject in such a form as may stimulate thought, ingenuity, and originality. Millinery suffers perhaps more than most subjects from its transitoriness, but with the foundation work carefully and fully described, it is believed that the serious student will be able to apply this knowledge to the ideas which must continually occur. Should this hope be fulfilled the author has achieved her object of raising Millinery from a mere craft to an educational subject. One of the first tasks of the student is to provide herself with a pattern from which to make her hat. There are two usual methods of obtaining this: (a) By pinning soft paper or muslin over each part of a shape already to head, and moulding it until it fits exactly the form of the shape desired; (b) by drafting the pattern geometrically. Both methods are good, and provided that the shape required is always to hand, and a pattern can be moulded from it, method (a) is probably the easier and quicker for the unskilled draughtswoman. But it is certain that if method (b) is thoroughly understood, it leads to greater originality and more knowledge of shape cutting and making, as well as opening up very wide possibilities in shape designing; and that the time and patience expended in mastering this part of the craft will, in time, be amply repaid. CONTENTS Chapter I. The History of Millinery II. The Ideal Hat - Choice of Colour, Shape, and Material ( our main considerations: color, shape, material and suitability - to the occasion and the wearer. Complexion and colour of hair and eyes must largely influence the decision. Match your eyes and contrast your hair. Blondes With Fair Hair and Pink-and-white complexion With Brown Hair and Pale Complexion With Golden Brown Hair and Ruddy Complexion With Light Hair and Muddy Complexions With Titian Red Hair and White Skin Brunettes With Fair Skin and Fresh Colour With Dark hair, Clear Olive Complexion, and a Little Colour With Dark Brown Hair and Sallow Complexion III. Pattern Making Two Methods: Pinning ( easier and quicker for the unskilled draughts woman and Drafting ( leads to greater originality and opens up very wide possibilities in shape designing Hat Brims Hat Crowns IV. Shape-Making Espatra Cotton Espatra Willow Buckram Buckram Marley Net Stiff Net French Net French Canvas Batiste Book Muslin Leno Muslin Wiring Mulling the Shape Stiff Net Shapes Full Crowns V. Wire Shape-Making The making of wire shapes is one of the most interesting and useful of all branches of millinery. Once the knack of manipulating the wire is acquired, it is possible for even an amateur worker to design graceful and becoming headgear. Tools and Types of Wires Choice of Wire Methods of Making Making a Simple Flat-brimmed Shape in Wire Other Types of Shapes Over a Block Covering and Binding Wire Shapes VI. The Cutting of Materials and Making of Folds, Pipings, and Bows, Etc., on the Cross Understanding Your Materials Cutting on the Cross Cutting to Shape Making Folds, Pipings, Bows, Etc., of Materials Cut on the Cross Joinings Folds Bows of Piece Material Rosettes of Piece-Material VII. Covering Shapes Hat shapes may be covered in two ways - with plain stretched covering, or with full coverings, according to the taste of the wearer. Millinery Velvet Mirror Velvet Panne Velvet Couche Velvet Hatter s Plush Terre Velvet Velveteen Embossed and Fancy Velvets and Velveteens Chiffon Velveteen and Many More! Method of Planning Plain Hat Coverings on Velvet Planning on Twilled Silk and Crape, Etc. Fitting the Pieces Other Methods of Covering Plainly Full Coverings Gathering Full Crown Coverings Pleated Coverings Folded Coverings Draped and Swathed Coverings Draping Swathing VIII. Straw Working Working Plait Working Straw 3 Methods Steaming and Pressing Straw IX. Lining, Binding and Facing Brims Plain Linings Cross-Cut and Ribbon Linings Gathered, Pleated and Corded Linings Narrow Lace, Ribbon, Etc. Bindings 5 Methods Facings X. Hat and Bonnet Linings, and Bandeaux Preparation of Lining Bonnet Linings (Matron s) Children s Bonnet Linings Bandeaux XI. Pleatings, Ruchings and Quillings; Cockades, Pleated and Petal Rosettes, and Other Ornaments Single or Knife Pleating Closely-Pleated Quilling Double Box Pleating Single Box-Pleated Ruching Double Box-Pleated Ruching Quilling Cockades, Quills, Rosettes and Ornaments Quills Rosette Other Types of Rosettes Rosette with Shirred Edge Petal Rosette Looped Ribbon Rosette Rosettes of Straw Plait, Bebe Ribbon or Thick Wool XII. Ribbon Bows Ribbon, Material and Color Choice Care of Ribbon Bows How to Make Various Bow Styles Fraying of Bows Washing Ribbons Two-Loop Bow Three-Loop Bow Four-Looped Bow Bow in the Form of an Aigrette Six-Looped Bow Many Ways of Cutting and Finishing the Ends of Ribbon Bow Quaker or Pump Bow Tied Bow Cabbage Bow Stand-Up Bows Lace Bows Use of Wire, Tape-Wire or Straw-Plait Supports 3 Methods XIII. Sports, Weather, Pull-On, Ribbon, and Fur Hats Material Choices Outer Covers Interlining Planning on Material Striped and Corded Materials Construction of Hat Brim Binding Covering with Material Binding with Ribbon, Etc. Head Lining Tam O Shanter Crowns Ribbon Hats, Toques and Caps Fur, Skin and Feather Choice of Fur Feathers Skins Tools Shape Wadding Planning and Cutting Cutting Suede Hats XIV. Hardwear, and Fruit, and Flower Hat Trimmings Raffia Trimmings Hat Band Raffia Flowers Hatpins Straw Trimmings Beads Leather, Suede, Etc. Cloth, Velvet and Silk Flowers, Fruit and Foliage Oil Silk Kid Wool Decorative Fruit Embroidered Hat Bands XV. Lace, Net, and Tulle Working; Caps and Bonnets Choice of Materials Foundations Plain Covering of Shapes Brim-Edges Joining Lace Veils Lace and Net Strings for Bonnets Kilted lace and Net Lace Trimmings Caps Maid Hats Mob Caps Boudoir Caps Bonnets for Elderly Ladies Trimmings Position When Worn Foundation Shapes and Comfort Colour and Material Weight Measuring the Head Shape-Making Shape Drafts Covering the Shape Widows Bonnets XVI. Infant s and Children s Millinery Comfort Beauty Ease in Laundering Handkerchief Bonnet Baby Boy s Hat Millinery for Tiny Tots Twelve Months to 3 Years of Age American Shapes The Three Required Measurements Average Sizes Head-Linings Methods of Making Gathered, Tucked and Corded Bonnets Dutch Shape Horseshoe Shape Interlining Turnback Front Cap Fronts Ready-Made Strings Boy s Hats and Caps Drafting the Pattern Method of Making A Linen Hat for a Child 12 to 18 Months Hat for a Child of 2 to 4 Years Hat for Boy of 4 to 6 Years Soft Cap Without Brim Girl s Hat, 4 to 6 Years A Poke Bonnet, 2 to 4 Years Dust Cap or Bonnet, 10 to 12 Years Boys Hats, 1 to 2 Years Man-O -War Caps Girls Hats Cased or Drawn Hats Crown Tam O -Shanters XVII. Millinery Renovations Steaming Crepe Method #1 Method #2 Washing Ironing and Pressing Satin Ribbon Straw Hats Felt Hats 5 Methods Gilt Trimmings Steel Trimmings Dark Coloured and Black Ribbon, Lace, Chiffon, Velvet, Silk, Felt, Straw and Satin Furs, Dark Furs, Light 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, 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 near by fabric, craft or hobby store. The Spiral Bound Book Republication you will receive is representative of the types of handicraft expertise of earlier genteel and feminine American and European culture! If you re into nostalgia like I am you will have many hours of enjoyment recreating antique needlework items for yourself or others dear to your heart just the way your great-grandmothers did! You will appreciate the attention taken in providing a TOP QUALITY PRODUCT that you will use for many years to come. This information has been scanned at a high resolution and electronically revamped to provide you with the very best hardcopy reproduction. Unlike other reproduction sellers this is NOT a cheap, grainy photocopy! Our Spiral Bound Republication has so many more advantages over the original book. What are the benefits of our antique book Spiral Bound Book Republications * Our products are produced with front and back covers of heavy stock paper. * Our products are made using the latest LaserJet printing technology meaning the ink will not smear like inferior photocopy or inkjet products do. * Our spiral binding allows your book to lie flat during use for ease of viewing while working on your needlework projects. * Our products do not cost a small fortune for you to obtain and enjoy. * Every image and every page has been scanned to produce crystal clear images and you never have to deal with any crumbling old paper! * These scans are enlarged to full-page dimensions for ease of viewing! * You can gift these wonderful Victorian, Edwardian pattern book finds with family and friends! Curious about the quality of this item Please contact me and I will forward an image for your own personal inspection! You will appreciate the attention we have taken in providing you with a TOP QUALITY PRODUCT that will be use for many years to come... Check out Dakota Prairie Treasures current auctions for many other unique needlework CD Spiral Bound Book Republications for your creative needle working pleasure! Payment: Paypal only as per Atomic Mall s (9-2008) seller regulations. Shipping: Within the USA: $5.95 via USPS. Out-of-country destinations (Canada included): $12.95. International buyers are responsible for their country s custom duties. We do not mark merchandise shipments as gift on the USPS Customs form. Insurance is optional and runs $1.70 per $50 increments per shipment. Combined is available for all Dakota Prairie Auctions ending within 48 hours. A 50% s/h/p discount will be automatically applied to each item after the first purchase in all combined orders. 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