The Modern Girl's Guide to Hatmaking

The Modern Girl's Guide to Hatmaking : Fabulous Hats and Headbands to Fashion at Home

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Only 70 years ago most women could make their own hats. They'd twist an old hat into a party-piece, or magic their old man's trilby into the talk of the town, but today we've mostly forgotten how to make hats ourselves. Unlike other hat-making books on the market, there'll be no expensive equipment or complicated skills to acquire. Inspired by vintage hats, Mary Jane will show you how to fashion your own at home. From an elegant packable sun-hat to a 40s-style fascinator, there'll be clear instructions and couture tips to help you achieve fabulous results from scratch, as well as tips on how to update a pre-loved piece. Wonderful illustrations and fabulous photos complete a book that's both beautiful and brimful of ideas.

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  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 214 x 250 x 20mm | 619.99g
  • Kyle Books
  • LondonUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • colour photography
  • 0857830872
  • 9780857830876
  • 198,039

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About Mary Jane Baxter

Mary Jane Baxter holds millinery workshops and also teaches hat making at The Kensington and Chelsea College in London and Liberty's. She writes columns for Homes & Antiques magazine (Style on a Shoestring), and Sew magazine (Stitching in the City); and writes features for the BBC, Guardian, Mollie Makes and Cloth magazines.

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