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wool felt stiffener stain
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Ugh.  Is there a way to remove wool felt stiffener that is not disappearing into the fabric?  Otherwise I either have a ruined had or have to cover with something.  Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sheila Meserschmidt Dec 8, 2015.

hat block front/back
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Is the hat size number on the bottom of a hat block the front or back of the hat?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Darryll Osborne Dec 4, 2015.

 

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Sheila Meserschmidt replied to Sheila Meserschmidt's discussion wool felt stiffener stain
"Whew.  I was sweating on this one.  Many thanks and I'll give that a try!"
Dec 8, 2015
Elaine Mergard replied to Sheila Meserschmidt's discussion wool felt stiffener stain
"Hi Sheila, There is a great discussion on this topic in Discussions under Community on Right hand side Here are 2 of those links. You have not lost your felt as many have had this problem with so many different stiffeners available from different…"
Dec 7, 2015
Sheila Meserschmidt posted a discussion

wool felt stiffener stain

Ugh.  Is there a way to remove wool felt stiffener that is not disappearing into the fabric?  Otherwise I either have a ruined had or have to cover with something.  See More
Dec 7, 2015
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hat block front/back

Is the hat size number on the bottom of a hat block the front or back of the hat?See More
Dec 6, 2015
Darryll Osborne replied to Sheila Meserschmidt's discussion hat block front/back
"Hi Sheila Normally I place the size stamp at the front of the block. The crown blocks all have centre front, back and sides marked. In the case of full domes, there really is not front or back. But the marks do help in placing cuts, joins in the…"
Dec 4, 2015
Sheila Meserschmidt posted a discussion

hat block front/back

Is the hat size number on the bottom of a hat block the front or back of the hat?See More
Dec 1, 2015

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I Love Hats Because?
They are an expression of the wearer's personality
About Me
I use wool, bamboo, etc to create felted (wet and needle) portraits of people. I went to an art show where there were 2 booths with hats. I was intrigued and decided to give it a whirl. A bit terrified, but what do I have to lose?

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Elaine Mergard said…

Welcome to Hat Academy Sheila. We hope you find the community inspiring, millinery is a wonderful creative art and in huge demand currently. We are committed to helping you add to your skills and any questions please message me.  All help you need to make hats with patterns and a scarf to match in wends Course http://shop.hatacademy.com/collections/lesson-bundles/products/felt-making

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Enjoy, Elaine.

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