Projects By Type

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Projects By Type2019-01-23T18:40:03+00:00

Bridal Projects

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Lady Mary Hair Pin

The Lady Mary Hair Pin is a great project for beginners and should only take about 2 hours to make.

Organza Tea Roses

These simple tea roses are a great starter project for those new to millinery flower making. They can be made without any special tools and only require a small amount of silk organza. If you have off-cuts from another project, like the Shoulder Length Veil, you will have more than enough to make quite a few roses.

Fascinator Projects

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Hackle Spray Fascinator

A well made hackle spray is beautiful in its own right, so very little work is needed to turn it into a stunning feather fascinator.

Tulle Flower

Pretty enough for a flower girl, knotted biot feathers add sophistication to this delicate tulle flower fascinator.

Flower Making Projects

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Rolled Sinamay Fascinator

Create individual sinamay petals with rolled edges and then put them all together to make this interesting headpiece. 

Fractured Ribbon Flowers

A ribbon project with instructions for making two different flower styles from folded Petersham.

Hat Making Projects

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Hand-Draped Felt Cloche

Use freeform draping and pleating techniques to create a 1920s style felt cloche with an assymetrical brim.

Straw and Sinamay Hat

Block and sew a wide brimmed straw and sinamay hat - a classic choice for the Kentucky Derby or Royal Ascot.

Hints and Tips

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Curving a Hat Band

Learn how to curve Petersham to create professional looking hat bands which lie flat when sewn around the crown of a hat.

Wiring a Sinamay Edge

Learn how to wire and bind a sinamay edge by hand, using a practice piece to develop your millinery skills.

Trimming Projects

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Beaded Flower Stamens

Use Rigilene boning to make curled and beaded stamens for finishing off your handmade flowers.   

Organza Tea Roses

These simple tea roses are a great starter project for those new to millinery flower making. They can be made without any special tools and only require a small amount of silk organza. If you have off-cuts from another project, like the Shoulder Length Veil, you will have more than enough to make quite a few roses.

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