Sewn Hats

Sewn Hats

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by Carla Hegeman Crim
     
 

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35 hat patterns for every age, gender, and fashion sense

Sewn Hats is a collaboration of hat designs from 29 of the industry's most-loved fabric designers, pattern designers, and bloggers. The collection features a variety of hat patterns for all genders, sizes, ages, and fashion sense. Seamstresses will find options in a vast array of styles that use

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35 hat patterns for every age, gender, and fashion sense

Sewn Hats is a collaboration of hat designs from 29 of the industry's most-loved fabric designers, pattern designers, and bloggers. The collection features a variety of hat patterns for all genders, sizes, ages, and fashion sense. Seamstresses will find options in a vast array of styles that use a wide variety of fabric types, from felt to silk, corduroy to cotton, and everything in between.

Beautiful photography, inspiring writing, precise instructions, adaptable patterns, and a vast array of styles and sizes all combine to equal a collection of sewn hat patterns like no other.

  • Hat patterns for all genders, sizes, ages, and styles
  • Hats for any occasion, from work to play, casual to formal
  • Diagrams, precise assembly instructions, and schematic illustrations to ease completion of each project
  • Ideas and inspiration for all ages and skill levels, and instructions on how to adapt each hat pattern by varying fabrics and embellishments
  • Full patterns conveniently located online, so you can print them when you need them and you never have to worry about losing them

Expertly edited by top designer Carla Hegeman Crim, the designer and blogger behind The Scientific Seamstress, Sewn Hats is sure to offer inspiration for all home seamstresses. Contributors include:

  • Patty Young (MODKID Designs)
  • Kaari Meng (French General)
  • Joanna Figueroa (Fig Tree&Co.)
  • Kathy Mack (Pink Chalk Studio)
  • Dolin O’Shea (Lulu Bliss)
  • Lisa Carroccio (Domestic Diva’s Disasters)
  • Alexia Marcelle Abegg (Green Bee Patterns)
  • Heather Niziolek (Goosie Girl)
  • Melissa Stramel (Lilac Lane)
  • Jaime Morrison Curtis and Jacinda Boneau (Prudent Baby)
  • Karen LePage (One Girl Circus)
  • Jennifer Hagedorn (Tie Dye Diva Designs)
  • Shelly Figueroa (Figgy’s Patterns)
  • Bonnie Shaffer (Hats with a Past)
  • Jessica Christian (Craftiness is Not Optional)
  • Bari J. Ackerman (Bari J.)
  • Mary Abreu (Confessions of a Craft Addict)
  • Jennifer Paganelli (Sis Boom)
  • Irene Rodegerdts (Mushroom Villagers)
  • Anneliese S. (Aesthetic Nest)
  • Linda and Scott Hansen (Miss Mabel Studio and Blue Nickel Studios)
  • Betz White (betzwhite.com)
  • Kim Christopherson (YouCanMakeThis.com)
  • Melissa Averinos (www.yummygoods.com)
  • Val Pillow&Anne Maxfield (Pillow&Maxfield)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781118285923
Publisher:
Turner Publishing Company
Publication date:
07/12/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
File size:
35 MB
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Meet the Author

CARLA HEGEMAN CRIMM is an expert seamstress and patternmaker. In addition to her own popular line of downloadable patterns, she collaborates with fabric designer Jennifer Paganelli on a series of Sis Boom clothing patterns for children and adults.

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Sewn Hats 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very nice book, now out of print, according to the publisher. There are no pattern pieces in the book, but only a website to get the pdf versions. The website no longer exists. Don't buy the book. You can't make any of these great hats
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I will update later but just bought this in spite of the 1-star review someone else left. My ereader asked me then to 'unlock' my book by giving my name and credit card number (AFTER SUCCESSFULLY PURCHASING) but I did not do that. There is no problem reading the book. So i am not sure where that came from. Later I will see if I am able to access the actual pattern pieces at the website given. Even if not, though I don't expect a problem, it's still a good book.