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How do you make that thing stay on your head? Part Two - Judith M Millinery Supply House

4. Headbands These have become a standard for many milliners as an attachment for fascinators. While their appeal is obvious—a simple, instant attachment with fool-proof placement of the hat on the head—they can still be a bit frustrating. The plastic variety comes in a shape that sometimes doesn’t correspond to one’s head shape (hello, headache.)

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Umalee Marquinn
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How To Make DIY Buckram For Millinery & Historical Clothing - Sew Historically

Buckram is a very stiff fabric, almost like cardboard. Buckram is used for millinery and historical clothing. You can buy buckram but buckram is easy to make at home: All you need is cornstarch and cotton or linen fabric – I usually use cotton canvas, twill or Aida cloth. >>> PIN IT <<< You’ll need: … Continue reading How To Make DIY Buckram For Millinery & Historical Clothing →

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Heather F. Waite
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John C. Campbell Folk School--Millinery Class

Last weekend I taught for the very first time at John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, North Carolina. The Folk School, as it is affectionately known, is 85 years old and was started as a means of preserving the crafts of the Appalachian Mountains and the people who lived there. Today there are an incredible number of arts and crafts taught there every week and weekend--from blacksmithing, to basketry, to woodturning, to clogging (a traditional mountain dance style), to printmaking…

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Dolores Ramsay