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Make Your Own Hats

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Make Your Own Hats.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Gene Allen Martin(Author)

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Make Your Own Hats is presented here in a high quality paperback edition. This popular classic work by Gene Allen Martin is in the English language, and may not include graphics or images from the original edition. If you enjoy the works of Gene Allen Martin then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.

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Book details

  • PDF | 58 pages
  • Gene Allen Martin(Author)
  • Fili-Quarian Classics (July 12, 2010)
  • English
  • 7
  • Literature & Fiction

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  • By Ali Julia on August 6, 2011

    I love making my own clothing, quilts, knits but I have to admit to never thinking of making hats. When I saw this titlein the Kindle library I decided it will be a fun read. And it was!This book is very serious about hats. Here are a couple of delightful quotes that express the spirit of this book:"Simplicity is the keynote of beauty ... unless it is the hat." and"If you look at a plant, you find it dark near the ground, growing lighter near the top with its green leaves, and then the blossom; the glory is at the top. Everything in nature teaches us to look up. So the hat should be the crowning glory of a costume."Then the book plunges into hat making - from wires and meshes to ribbons and feathers. Unfortunately, the Kindle addition has no images. However, the descriptions in the book are very detailed and give you a good idea of the process even without the pictures.I don't know if I'll ever take up hat making, but this book surely gave me a better appreciation of hats when I see them on TV.

  • By Amy Kincaid on December 27, 2016

    I ordered this book while it was free! If you search for books and select for the results to be sorted with the cheapest ones at the top, You will find TONS of books to download free from Amazon. I take advantage of that any time I can. The craft and hobby books are a great way to browse through different pattern and projects without buying an expensive book first. I often go back and order a hard copy of the books I really like as they can be more convenient than a digital copy on the Kindle, especially those with patterns. You can also open the books on a tablet or laptop and take a screen shot if you want a hard copy of the instructions. Then you only print the pages you need, not purchase a full hard copy.

  • By Adrian S. Miller on September 10, 2012

    This book gas no photos or illustrations, although there is a list of illustrations in the beginning of the book. This omission makes the book not very useful to those looking for clarifications or quick identification of the techniques they will to use. I have purchased another book that is much more helpful, though expensive (Hats!: Make Classic Hats and Headpieces in Fabric, Felt, and Straw) and am sorry that this one could not be more helpful as i often find these old books very knowledgeable on the topics they cover.

  • By Lark on December 30, 2012

    This would be a good book for a serious hatmaker...someone who would really get into it as a hobby. I wanted something to guide me through making a simple hat and the price of this book was right (0.00). I did not read through the whole book because the hat-making steps were very detailed and involved. I did, however, enjoy the historical background sections.

  • By Snowfire on December 28, 2015

    This has lots of great information however as a visual learner it would have been nice to have illustrations. The descriptions of things helped but visual learners may prefer another source.

  • By ReesInNJ on January 26, 2016

    I keep forgetting about the large Kindle library I have on my iPad - out of sight / out of mind!

  • By T Pray on February 18, 2016

    I have just glanced through this booklet so far, but it seems pretty interesting projects


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