Classic Millinery Techniques: A Complete Guide to Making & Designing Hats Hardcover – Mar 1998
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Several generations ago every woman wore hats. Now they function mainly as weather protection, period costuming, or special fashion accessories. Both of these books deal with stylish dress hats. Albrizio, a teacher at the Fashion Institute of Technology, and Lustig offer step-by-step projects for making berets, pillboxes, or turbans from scratch. Terry takes plain straw or felt hats and adds colorful embellishments such as ribbons, feathers, or artificial flowers. Both books are full of techniques and ideas for making that special fashion statement. Recommended for public libraries.
Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Gets you to jump right in making hats starting w/ basic techniques. An easy to follow learning method that moves you along starting w/ the basic cut and sew and moving on to more advaced methods.
Follow her suggested guide lines for using the book.
Are you the hands on type? Get this book. Youll be wearing a hat you made in no time.
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