Rebecca Hanley
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Balancing millinery with life

Started this discussion. Last reply by Theodora Otua Gasu Jul 1, 2018. 7 Replies

Hi, wondering how you balance your love of millinery with life, work, family.I have 3 young children 6, 4, 1 and am finding it more and more difficult to make time for my business. I don't even work…Continue

Working with Leather

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rebecca Hanley May 24, 2014. 6 Replies

Hi All,I have just blocked my first leather button style piece. I blocked buckram and while still wet draped and blocked leather over the top. It has turned out perfect, but I have never been shown…Continue

 

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Elaine Mergard said…

So pleased you have joined me in Hat Academy  Rebeccca and hope you find it inspiring. I am committed to helping you add to your skills.

I set this up to help Beginners -once you learn the basic techniques you will be surprised how creative you can be. Millinery is a creative art & in huge demand currently. Any questions do message me here.

To make the most of Hat Academy remember to read through the Welcome Page - Read here

Stay in touch, Elaine

Margaret Crunkleton said…

Regarding stiffining leather.  I'm not a milliner, but when I use leather in a craft project?  I spread a thin coat of Elmer's white glue on the under side and form what I want it to be. (It may also work to put several layers of Elmers after first coat dries.)

 Elmer's dries clear and leather is VERY easy to stick.  Try it with scraps first.  My project was making cowboy hats for small dolls.

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