Bright fluorescent polyester will have all eyes on you with reflective tape at visor edge/sandwich, rear panel seam, and backstrap. This hat is lightly structured, low-profile peak and features adjustable hook-and-loop closure.
Robe à l'Anglaise, England, 1780-1789. Dark ivory silk taffeta; open front skirt is cartridge pleated at waistline and has small silk loops on under seams which allows side panels to be drawn up in Polonaise fashion. Matching petticoat and gown are elaborately trimmed with fancy cream silk gauze which is ruched and puffed and applied in undulating furbelows from waist to hem, and in deep flounces and undulations on petticoat front.
Knitting With Looms: Lacy Cowl using Theresa Higby's Rainfall & All In One Loom. Use every peg, but not in round. It’s a flat panel & stitch ends together to form loop. Theresa's description of Rainfall is "E-wrap & Purl Drop Stitch". Pattern's made of 4 rows, so for this cowl loom knit 6 full repeats then two rows into next repeat. Then row of e-wrap 1, purl 1 then cast off. Ends were seamed together then a single crochet border along both edges. Try mobius twist as it would hang much…
All of the texture of the beautifully crafted West African textiles comes through in this 5 panel camper hat. Beautifully distressed handwoven, hand dyed, and hand sewn vintage indigo with hand sewn seam ridges. Adjustable leather strap w/ antiqued brass slider and grommets.