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your hits - Vendio Gallery Payment | | Additional Information Vintage Millinery Hat Making RITCHER Make Hats CD Book! Click to view supersized image The ABC of Millinery by Madame Eva Ritcher! CD Republication™ Originally Published in 1950! If you are the first to bid on this auction, using the buy-it-now option, YOU WIN! There is no chance of being outbid! DON T WAIT! *** Don t settle for cheap CD info products of inferior quality! Dakota Prairie Treasures specializes in state-of-the-art professional reproductions that have been digitally enhanced to provide you with the finest historical CD Republications™ available. *** Up for bid is another marvelous Dakota Prairie Treasures CD Republication™ of the original The ABC of Millinery ! This HISTORIC item contains instructions, diagrams, designs instructional fundamentals for creating a variety of classic millinery hat styles. There are many designs step-by-step instructions plus 4 drafting patterns included! There are many unique patterns, instructions diagrams for ultra-feminine, lacy, beribboned hats! (Original is NOT for sale) All Dakota Prairie Treasures CD Republications™ are viewable on Windows, Mac and Linux pc operating systems! An excerpt: Millinery - who disputes the fact - is an art. Like the other arts, it has flowered out of civilization. For centuries, Women has desired that her head-covering - be it cap, bonnet or hat - should in itself be a thing of beauty. A thing which shall at once express and flatter the wearer and be, gaily, in tune with her own time... ... The ABC of Millinery is intended for the laywoman--for the woman who loves hats but who up to now, where the creation of hats is concerned, has considered herself an outsider. This is the book for the reader whose fingers have itched to appempt millinery, but whose good sense has warned her against the blunders she can but make if she is not helped. A book for the reader who, having been offered inferiour hats in shops, can but have thought: I m sure I could do better that that , if only, if only, I knew how.... A book for the reader with time and taste. The antique and vintage ribbons, threads, fabrics, blocks, tools, 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… Contents: Introduction Section I Equiptment Section II Materials: (a) Basic, (b) Testiles, (c) Felts, (d) Straws Section III Head Measurments Section IV Basic Styles and the Parts of a Hat Section V The Sectional Cap Section VI The Beret Section VII The Unblocked Covered Shape Section VII Advanced Covered Crowns Section VIII Advanced Covered Crowns Section IX The Blocked Felt Hat (Hooda) Section X The Blocked Felt Hat (Strip Felt) Section XI Straw Hoods Section XII Bundle Straws Section XIII The Turban Section XIV Remodelling Section XV Trimmings Section XVI Miscellaneous Methods Section XVII Period Hat for Theatricals List of Illustrations Navy Lace Straw Hat trimmed with pink rose Covered Silk Crown and shaded pink chiffon brim Black and white satin Advanced Covered Shape White Felt Hat and veil Beige and blue strip felt model Feather covered model in yellow and sage green Block straw and satin model Side view of Block Straw and satin model White diagonal weave Straw Hood with navy net trimming Grey circular weave Straw with yellow rose Bundle Straw model with petersham bow Plates Equipment Sewing the wire into position for the Headline Measuring the depth of the Sparterie Brim Cutting out the edge of the Sparterie Brim Wiring the Brim (a) Bottonhole Stitch (b) Overlapping the ends of the wire The Sparterie Brim (a) Showing method of binding (b) Notched head opening completed Cutting out the head opening of the Sparterie Brim Cutting the notches of the head opening Supporting the notches with the Headband Sparterie Crown Sideband: (a) Bias join (b) Wiring the Sideband Sparterie Tip ready to join to the Sideband of the Crown Joining the Tip to the Sideband with buttonhole stitch (a) Material pinned in position on underside of Brim (b) Cutting out the head opening Brim Surface (a) Treatment of material at Headband (b) Adjusting fullness at Brim Edge Pinning the Roll Binding into position Turning the Roll Binding on to the underside of the Brim Pinning material to the Tip of the Crown (a) Bias join of the Side band (b) Slipstitching the top of the Sideband to the Tip Shaping the Spartrie Brim for the Breton, etc. Damping Sparterie before blocking Pulling the first piece of Sparterie round the block Pulling the first piece of Sparterie up towards the Tip Covering the gap over the Tip with the second piece of Sparterie Ironing the Sparterie pieces together The Sparterie Advanced Crown complete with bound edge Cutting the Crown from the Brim of the Felt Hood Shrinking the Headline of the Felt Hood Pulling the Felt at the Brim edge Brim surplus pleated in the centre back Slashing the pleat down the centre back Brim centre back, showing left-hand side turned back and the surplus partly cut away Slashes pinned edge to edge (a) The Brim surplus cut right out (b) The Brim being replaced over the Crown after joining Straw Hood - Pulling the Brim edge, diagonal weave Binding the edge of the Straw strip Beginning the tip of the Crown Work in position on the block before reversing (a) The Crown completed on the block (b) Sparterie guide and completed strip straw brim Bundle Straw Hat model with petersham bow Shaping persham Ribbons with the Roll Pad Taking the curl out of the Wire Binding the join of the Wire circle Figures Right round the head Side to side over top Front to back Beret Cloche Cap Breton Picture Hat Cartwheel Turban Pillbox Upsweep Sidesweep Sailor Parts of a hat Pattern for the Sectional Cap Inside finish of Sectional Cap The Sectional Cap completed The Beret front view The Beret back view Pattern for the Beret Inside finish of Beret The Sideband slipped over the Crown with a ruler Oversewing the darts Sewing the Brim Crown cut to give shape to the brim Sparterie brim drawn to scale The Felt Band The Soft Crowned Turban - Laying on covering material and pinning at back front and sides The Soft Crowned Turban - Covering material pinned all raound and sewn so at to eliminate the surplus fullness Using the Palette Knife for turning in covering materials and raw edges on the block Stages in trimming a Soft Crowned Turban The Soft Crowned Turban completed, back and front view The Blocked Turban - Finishing the drape at the centre back A blocked Turban Remodelling the Crown Enlarging the Brim The Plain Bow (a) Stage 2, (b) Stage 3 The Plain Bow (a) Stage 4, (b) Stage 5 The Plain Bow, Stage 6 The Double Looped Bow: (a) Without centre knot (b) With centre knot Types of Loop Rosette The Tailored Bow: (a) Folding the ribbon (b) Finished article The Cockade The Pleated Rosette Honeycomb Trimming: (a) Folding and tacking the ribbon (b) Joining selvedge edges Preparing Material as substitute for Ribbon Roll Binding Brim edge Folding Binding to mark the centre line The Roll Pad The Triangular Pad Fifteenth Century Styles: (a) Pointed endgs, (b) Square ends Fifteenth Century Styles: (a) Roll Trimmed, (b) Winged The Hennin or Cornet (a) and (b) The Henry VIII Beret Beaver Hat, 17th Century: (a) The Flat Topped or Welsh style (b) Round Top style Now time to have some creative fun! 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