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An Interview with Anne Tomlin: Learn more about the co-founder of the Bailey Tomlin millinery label.
Hat of the Month: A hat with a story by Cynthia Marek Lundeen.
Burnt Organza Flower Tutorial: A trimming project by Mary Jane Baxter.
HATstock 2017: Becky Weaver reports back from HATStock at Hat Works.
Ana Bella Millinery: A London Fashion Week debut.
Hats of the Month: A nine hat collaboration by the Funtastic Milliners International Group.
Bloomsbury Belle: A cut-n-sew cloche project by Mary Jane Baxter.
How to Cut a Felt Brim: Tips for using a Guy Morse-Brown brim cutting wheel.
The Melbourne International Millinery Competition: Details of the 2017 MIMC winners.
2016 HATalk Competition Winners.
Hats of the Month: Whimsical Precision by Sarah Sokol Millinery.
Curled Feather Fan Tutorial: a feather project by Lynn McMasters.
Wear a Hat Day Partnership: Stephen Jones and Hobbycraft.
Justine Gillingham Millinery: Hand-painted thermoplastic headpieces from Australia.
Hat of the Month: A Valentine-inspired felt beret by Rachel Warrillow.
Supplier Spotlight: Walter Reginald Leather
How to Cut a Felt Brim: Tips for using a Guy Morse-Brown brim cutting wheel.
Advice on the best type of pins for millinery.
St Catherine’s Day 2016: Millinery celebrations in Madrid, New York City and New Orleans.
Hat of the Month: Our January cover, a hand-painted silk headpiece by Maor Zabar.
Fractured Flowers: A grosgrain trim tutorial by Catherine Kelly of Australia’s Embellish Atelier.
Pantone Colour of the Year 2017
Marvellous Melbourne Millinery: Award-winning hats from this year’s Melbourne Cup Carnival.
Hat of the Month: A matador style percher by Ian Bennett.
Millinery Meet-Up 2016: The USA’s biennial millinery education and networking event.
Mut Zum Hut 2016: Reporting back from Germany’s great hat fair.
DIY Diary: Revamping a Collapsible Top Hat with Lynsey Tait.
Information on ice wool and other millinery interfacings.
London Hat Week 2016: Reporting back from October’s big hat event.
Hat of the Month: An elegant sinamay headpiece by Deborah Marrison-Wood.
#Ecuador Hat: Cristina Maag highlights Ecuador’s hatting heritage at New York Fashion Week.
How to Block a Crocheted Hat: Tips from Sarah McFall of Yarn and Blarney.
Advice for sewing with poor eyesight.
An Interview with Anél Heyman: Catching up with the HATalk Competition winner at Chateau Dumas in France.
Hat of the Month: Bryony Tayler’s award-winning coastal headpiece.
The 1-Hour Biot Flower: A quick feather flower tutorial by Michelle Osborne of Petershams.
The Mad Hatters Society: ‘Thinking Outside the Hat Box’ Competition Winners.
How to remove blood stains from fabric.
Ruth Eberz: Millinery in Germany.
Hat of the Month: A laser cut leather hat by Sophie Cooke of Imogen’s Imagination.
Les Estivales du Chapeau: The 2016 winners of the French Festival’s annual Hat Competition.
Labelling Art: Joy Pitts and her portrait of Sir Winston Churchill.
How to cover an alice band with bias tape.
Francisco Rico: Meet one of London’s hottest new designers.
Hat of the Month: A veiled mini topper by Vanessa Coley.
The Hat Stand: The Sheffield pop-up returns as a testament to the power of teamwork.
Know your Millinery Materials: LilyM Millinery Supplies shows us how pinokpok is made.
The NHV Hat Competition: the winners of the annual Dutch competition.
Hat of the Month: An unconventional piece by Fine Gelfand.
The Worshipful Company of Feltmakers: 2016 Design Award and Banquet.
An Introduction to Tegumo Shibori: Learn the basics of this Japanese technique.
The Kentucky Oaks and Derby: Photos and a style report from Briana Mott of Fashion at the Races.
Hat of the Month: A thoughtful felt and feather creation by Isabelle Nguyen.
Working with Petersham: Create a cockade, curve a hat band and dress up a plastic headband with ribbon.
Millinery in Sweden: Spotlighting Swedish hat designer Kerstin Carlefalk.
HATWALK 2016: Irish Millinery Catwalk Show & Awards.
Hat of the Month: Ana Pribylova’s competition winning Dubai Cup Hat.
Lace Butterfly Fascinator Tutorial: DIY project by Svetlana Faulkner of PresentPerfect Creations.
Taking to the Streets: Hat Parades in New York and Barcelona.
Felt cutting advice.
Donna Hartley Millinery: Living the dream in the Spanish mountains.
Hat of the Month: Roxanne Willard makes a hat for a High Sheriff.
Retro Daisy Bridal Veil Tutorial: Step-by-step instructions by Michelle Osborne of Petershams Millinery Supplies.
Editor’s Pick: Images from South Africa’s J & B Met 2016.
Advice on attaching a saucer hat to a hair band.
Doris Hobbs: How a vintage hat changed a fashion blogger.
Hat of the Month: A leather and lace racing piece by Emma Brennan.
Centre Stage: Securing Theatrical Headpieces
Expert advice from Costume Designer Richard St. Clair.
Wear a Hat Day 2016: Find out how you can support this worthwhile cause.
A tip for taking accurate measurements.
Shelagh Picton: Making every minute count.
Hat of the Month: An open-crown houndstooth hat by Maria Marcus.
Make Rolled Sinamay Roses with Bridget Bailey: Part 3 – Finishing Your Rose.
The Worshipful Company of Feltmakers: Rachel Trevor-Morgan on the Livery’s 2016 Design Award.
Advice for using stiffener.
2015 HATalk Hat Making Competition: Meet this year’s winners.
Hat of the Month: A hat for a cochlear implant wearer by Sonia Pascoe.
Make Rolled Sinamay Roses with Bridget Bailey: Part 2 – Rolling the Roses
The New Orleans’ St. Catherine’s Day Hat Parade
Two-tone sinamay dyeing.
Tonak: An introduction to the Czech felt manufacturer.
Hat of the Month: Janice Charles works with laser-cut felt.
Make Rolled Sinamay Roses with Bridget Bailey: Part 1 – Preparing and Dyeing the Sinamay.
Mut Zum Hut 2015: Germany’s top Hat Festival.
More Wonderflex advice.
Chapeau 2015: The best of this year’s Russian headwear.
Hat of the Month: A silk top hat by Jayne Alison.
Working with Wonderflex: Make a thermoplastic fascinator with Carrie Jenkinson.
Editor’s Pick: Warsaw Hat Day.
Tips for decorating Wonderflex.
Headonism: British millinery at London Fashion Week.
Hat of the Month: Tracy Chaplin’s Estivales du Chapeau hat.
Make a Shoulder Length Mantilla Veil – Part 3 – Finish your veil with a headdress by The British School of Millinery.
Bridport Hat Festival: 2015 hat making competition winners.
Tips for preparing felt for blocking.
Mr Boyd: Meet one of London’s greatest milliners.
Hats of the Month: Christine Thompson makes hats inspired by fungi.
Make a Shoulder Length Mantilla Veil – Part 2: Add organza tea roses to your veil with The British School of Millinery.
Behind the Scenes: The making of a wooden headpiece.
Ideas for silk painting effects.
The Hatwalk : SJ Brown’s advice for marketing millinery on fashion weeks’ runways.
Hat of the Month: A Melbourne Cup piece by Caren Lee.
Make a Shoulder Length Mantilla Veil: A tutorial by Denise Innes-Spencer of The British School of Millinery.
The NHV Hat Contest: The Dutch Hat Association’s 2015 competition winners.
Advice on applying stiffener.
The Paris Issue: HATalk Editor Becky Weaver’s take on La Ville Lumière.
Créatrice de Chapeaux: An interview with Parisian hat designer Arlette Burgaud.
Hat of the Month: A bird inspired hat by Estelle Ramousse.
Bringing Up the Past: Advice on doing historical fashion research online.
Parisian millinery suppliers.
Polly Singer: Making hats in her old Kentucky home.
Hat of the Month: A pretty, pink sinamay piece by Jayne Alison.
Owen Morse-Brown: Winner of the HCA ‘Maker of the Year’ Award.
Make a Leather Rose – Part 2: A step-by-step tutorial by Svetlana Faulkner of PerfectPresent Creations.
Advice on reviving feathers.
London Hat Week: Over 40 pictures from London Hat Week 2015.
Hat of the Month: HATWALK Design Award winner Monica Feher’s leather creation.
Make a Leather Rose (Part 1): A step-by-step tutorial by Svetlana Faulkner of PresentPerfect Creations.
Sara Snood’s 365 Day Headgear Challenge: Using hats to fight cancer.
Advice on securely attaching a hat to fine hair.