March 2014 Blog Posts (26)

DISCUSSION: STOLEN SCISSORS

How do you stop others from using your good scissors?
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MILLINER: TATIANA RAKHMANINA

Russian born, Tatiana Rakhmanina made her first hat at 12years of age under the watchful eye of her grandmother, Larissa who was a milliner in St Petersburg in “the golden age of hats” – the first half of the 20th century. Tatiana’s study of languages and world cultures led to a…

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MILLINER: EMILY MOE

This classic Steel Grey Mad Hatter has a pleated brim which gives a fresh twist to the overall design. The velour felt is rich in colour and texture and extremely soft to the touch. Can you spot the fine hand stitching?…

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SUPPLIES: SWISS BRAID

Explore your creativity using this new range of Swiss Braid from House of AdornDon't forget to use coupon code HA4U on check out to receive 5% discount!…

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DISCUSSION: ADVERTISING HATS ONLINE?

Melissa asks: "How do you advertise or sell your items online? What works for you?"

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New Website re launch

 

We have a new look website which allows you to purchase hats directly from us. You can be assured that they are all still lovingly hand stitched and each one is unique. Our new summer range will be available soon so keep checking back to see what's new.…

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MILLINER: Sally Harper-Kenn

When you see the label “Sharper Millinery - Brimming with Style” you are immediately inquisitive to find out more. Sharp in millinery talent and photography, the label is a play on the owners name…

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HAT HINTS - HIDE WIRED EDGE

Wire is essential in millinery to give & maintain shape but we need to hide the wire for a good finish. If you do not want bulk of binding this great hint is a simple solution.
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MILLINER: EDITH F

This striking Bowler has been created by Edith, a Hertsfordshire milliner. How innovative is this classic bowler with a large PVC hand sculpted rose. Over the last eight years Edith has mastered her millinery skills enabling her to make ‘chef d’oeuvres’ or masterpieces which her customers immediately fall…

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NEW FLOWER MAKING COURSE

With over of 4½ hrs of video tuition, this set of lessons of French Flower Making techniques will enable you to create nine unique flowers to complement your millinery styling. All patterns are included in this Course as well as a free stiffening lesson.…

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WATCH: CAROL KENNELLY



Kerry Fashion Week 
new collections by Carol Kennelly.

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ALBUM: I'VE ARRIVED

Marilyn Van den Berg proclaims: "What other accessory really says I've arrived, polishes and outfit and turns heads.... an amazing hat!" We couldn't agree more!

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CHECK OUT: MILLINERY SUPPLIES DISCOUNT CODE



Hat Academy is thrilled to announce a partnering with international millinery supplier, House of Adorn. The quality of their extensive supplies of feathers ,straws, felts and ribbons is second to none and the customer service is outstanding. We know all Hat Academy members will be impressed as we are. Add code HA4U and receive 5% off all products on checkout.…

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MILLINER: DAVID OSADUKE

David Osaduke puts it frankly why he loves hats - “because they are my livelihood!” What a challenge to all to strive towards this, whether you are a beginner or currently treating it as a hobby. It has been his passion since 1988 and David continues to perfect each bespoke piece in his studio Toronto, Canada. This piece was created…

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DISCUSSION: ISABELLA BLOW EXHIBIT

Did you see this latest exhibition, what was your
impression of it?
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Watch: Westwood Catwalk

Collection from Prudence Millinery for Westwood AW14-15.

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DiSCUSSION: PACKAGING METHODS

This month thousand of hats are being shipped to customers ready for Kentucky Derby Day, how do you package your hats?
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SUPPLIES: LATTICE SINAMAY

English Quality Sinamay fabric that is 91cm / 36" wide. The sinamay fabric is woven from the Abaca plant and is often used in making hats & fascinators. Our Sinamay has been evenly woven, stiffened and is available in many colours.…

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MILLINER: ELS ROBBERECHTS

Els Robberechts Hat Design” was established in 2000 and Els opened her Hat Shop in the centre of Ghent, Belgium in 2003. As a professional milliner she offers her clients personal attention to assist them in their choice of the perfect design. Each piece is handmade in the studio and made of the highest quality of…

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NEW CLASSES: FRENCH FLOWER MAKING



Flowers are the true beauty of nature and the favoured trim on headwear currently. Through this set of lessons of French Flower Making techniques you will learn how to tool your stiffened silk to create your own unique flowers to complement…

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