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Dolly Heads for pinning

Started this discussion. Last reply by Darryll Osborne Mar 13. 1 Reply

Hello Milliners, Please can someone let me know where I can get good dolly heads to work on, that are good for pinning and sturdy enough to stand up well, without the clamp and not the polystyrene…Continue

 

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Darryll Osborne replied to LADY SHARMA Millinery's discussion Dolly Heads for pinning
"HI lesley perhaps we can help you with this. we have 3 types of dolly heads on our website, balsa heads that come with a stand, wood heads and cloth covered heads with clamp on bases. you can find them on this…"
Mar 13
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Dolly Heads for pinning

Hello Milliners, Please can someone let me know where I can get good dolly heads to work on, that are good for pinning and sturdy enough to stand up well, without the clamp and not the polystyrene ones that are very light.  They just tip over.  Thank you. Lesley See More
Mar 13

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Wearing a hat is a step further to express your style. The creation of a hat is more satisfying as the art of beauty is, you can design as you create . . . . without drawing!
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My passion grew in styling since young, growing up with 4 elder sisters that loved dressing up. I studied at London College of Fashion (now University of Arts London) and lucky enough to immediately work in the fashion industry after my summer graduation in Westminster.

Further down my career line other than garments, I worked with handbags, accessories and some footwear, which I thoroughly enjoyed all categories. However, there was always something unfulfilled but I could not figure out what it was.

Until I took a career break after 17 years, I decided to learn new skills and booked a day millinery course. A day completed and I booked myself on a two day course, then a week course, then another . . . . . then before I knew it I became a Milliner sewing day and night with passion.

My friends would talk about their nights out or their children growing up, I would tell them about my creations and send them pictures of my new hats. I am sure I bored them, but these were my nights in and these are my kids.
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Elaine Mergard said…

So pleased you have joined me in Hat Academy 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

Enjoy, Elaine

Elaine Mergard said…

Fabulous Lesley will PM you - Elaine

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