Hello fellow milliners.Would any of you know what type of crown& brim block this is? I bought it in an antique shop in the U.S. It is definitely for a mans hat, very boardwalk empire style. The…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Nono Kish Sep 29, 2013.
Hi EveryoneI was wondering if anyone could give a novice some tips on sewing curved area on hats. I have the most trouble trying to sew sharp curves on the sewing machine, especially trying to add…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Nono Kish Feb 24, 2013.
Welcome to Hat Academy Nono !
Hope you find the site inspiring I am here to help you gain more techniques I have another 20+ lessons to finish as I am letting out all my secrets. Connect with me if you have any questions. New students are creating hats in few weeks for the first time ever by learning here- very exciting.I warn them it is very addictive!!
Feel free to share your hat or headpiece creations, join in or start a hatters discussion. Remember online help is a click away.
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Hi Nono, I am so pleased you have enjoyed the Hatinator lesson. It opens up a new world of creativity. As mentioned I am a great lover of fabric inclusion in headwear to give it uniqueness. Keep in touch, Elaine
These Brim techniques can be added to hatinators also. All these styles have been great sellers for me
Awesome job....if you are able to be there you will rock the derby!
Trust you are enjoying living in Hong Kong and you are truly lucky when it comes to choices for fashion shopping!
Further to your question, yes! we certainly ship to Hong Kong and already have a few regular customers from there. After you make your purchases and go to check-out, you'll have the option of choosing which type of shipping service you would like to use. We recommend the 'pack and track' service.
Thermoplastic is really fun and exciting and would be great for the types of designs that we can see in your gallery. Have fun with it and if its not quite right then it can be heated and re-moulded as many times as you like!
Enjoy being creative and we look forward to hearing from you again soon.
Kim @ House of Adorn