(photo – YOU, who goes out bare-headed, you are : INCORRECT because you’re not completely dressed. ILLOGICAL, would you go out without shoes, a collar or gloves? UNTIDY, for seeming to have lost your hat. CARELESS, risking to catch a cold. IMPOLITE, becasue you will not be able to greet anybody. BE A MAN…WEAR A [...]
I love my blog and I like to think that other people like it too (I know you do Stephanie!). Writing is not what I’m best at but I enjoy sharing what I’m up to. I’ve been blogging twice per week and it is hard (having to find something to blog about, pictures, writing-very slowly- in [...]
I just wanted to share another blog with you this mid-week (have you guys noticed I blog twice per week? Hard work!!) . This blog is held by Marion, where she posts her own photos (which I just happen to really like!!). Here are three words that come to mind when I think of her work [...]
Well, apparently the good old boater hat is back in fashion! I haven’t really seen anybody wearing one (the trilby is still going strong), but I’ve seen them for sale like everywhere (Asos, Zara…). The boater ( ‘canotier’ in french) first appeared in the late 19th century and is traditionaly made out of straw. From [...]
I got this card in the post the other day, ‘Mad hats of the 18th century’. I particulary like the one with the big pink bows (3rd from the left, top line). I just love the fact that they are so huge! J’ai reçu cette carte l’autre jour dans mon courrier, ‘Les chapeaux fous au XVIII [...]
So, here’s the finished hat! Love the beads I found to go with it! Just to pack it up now and post it! Donc voici le chapeau terminé! J’adore les perles que j’ai trouvé pour aller avec! Maintenant, il ne reste plus qu’à l’emballer et l’envoyer!
Ok, this week is going past so quickly (maybe cause it’s sunny!) and I must admit concentrating on my hat making has been tough but I have to! I’ve been making this small top hat for a friend to wear to a wedding and I must finish it! My friend wanted a light grey color [...]