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Thank you Dale!
Another of my thin ribbon conversions. This was originally a red liner Bradford Western, possibly late '50s - early 60s era.
Also featured is a...
If the alternative is getting younger, I'm all for it.
...and there may be hope
...longer life and longer hat wearing time....
That sure is nice. Rick did a nice job on that. I definitely need to get some curling shackles.
Wow. 1700 bucks. I think it's pretty neat, and for a historical value it would probably make a nice addition to someone's collection. Not saying...
I may have to break out the 201 and work with it until I get it figured out.
It would sure beat hand sewing.
I like that Western!
Thank you Melk! I owe it all to my handy dandy Rick Walker brim cutter! :D ...and to my RA block, my "Rockwater" band block, and my vintage 2 3/4...
I definitely recommend Rick Walker of Phoenix Hat Company, (humanshoes). I use his brim cutter on all of my hat projects and it has never failed...
Thank you Scotty!
Thank you buddy!
Thank you buddy. I'll pm you. I do pretty good with the hand sewing but it definitely gets tiresome.
Thank you Blare!
Thank you buddy! I really like my RA block. It makes a great looking profile.
Ha ha...yeah, my Singer 201. I still can't the hang of that thing....