There are a lot of talented milliners posting photos of the exteriors of their wonderful creations, which are very inspiring. But, I'd also like to see the insides of the hats and undersides of the fascinators.
I'm curious as to how many modern milliners are putting full linings in their hats and what kinds of linings. And I'd love to see what your labels - which are basically your artist signatures, and will be how people will know the hats were made by you - look like.
So in short....I'd love to see your labels and linings. Please post photos!
Would love to learn from you if you have any online courses or DVDs?
When I turned the Big 60 a few yrs ago I bought an expensive designer suit made from pink silk/cotton fabric -it is beautiful to wear. I am actually wearing in my video in my profile and the fabric has slight sheen to it- you are looking after your customers Cynthia.
Make sure you buy ink suitable for Fabric so it does not spread although the effect adds to design. I have my logo on my stamp. Will put up pic but Videographer just fine tuning lights & sound ready for today's filming of new lessons.
Mine is a self inking stamp from an office supply store, but I would recommend getting one that has fabric ink. I was pretty limitted in what I can get in my area. Mine does bleed, but I can get a somewhat interesting cross hatch design. You need to stamp carefully, however.
Have missed you Renee. -E
Hola a todas ,tengo una pregunta ,quisiera saber si alguna de ustedes sabe hacer flores usando piel, mi duda es si hay que endurecer la piel y si va bien la goma arabiga para esto o cola de pes .Un abrazo para todas.