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  1. T Jones

    Western, anyone?

    This one's a 7 but I can still do something with it, hopefully even keep it Western, but I believe I'd have to lose the rolled edge to get more brim. A 7 1/8 would definitely work out, actually!
  2. T Jones

    Western, anyone?

    You can't have a good Western without the feathers!
  3. T Jones

    Western, anyone?

    Wearing this Churchill Western that a buddy of mine on the Lounge sent to me. It's just a tad tight, two sizes too tight. Looks like I'll have to take it apart and reblock it to fit. Hopefully I'll have enough brim left to keep it Western.... Some old TV Western theme songs: I watched...
  4. T Jones

    What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

    Thank you David. I haven't seen that one. I checked out that link. I'm going to try and listen to some of that. I like the real early Rock and Roll, and mostly Rock a Billy. I love the history on that stuff. Here's a guy that's been doing a historical documentary on the early days of rock, on...
  5. T Jones

    What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

    Dog sitting for my daughter. This is Pixie. The hat I'm wearing is one of my conversions. It started out as a 10X Thorougbred Western, but I converted it to a two ply thin ribbon fedora with a tall straight crown and a 2 3/4 brim width. The pictures with me wearing the hat is its actual...
  6. T Jones

    Western, anyone?

    You're welcome Bob! My Google lens was up and running today.
  7. T Jones

    Western, anyone?

    William Matthews,.... https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/126054351_william-matthews-b1949-american-cowboy-painting
  8. T Jones

    Western, anyone?

    The picture is from last year, a fun little project for me was refurbishing this Resistol Ridgetop. I wore it around all day, going to Lowes and to here and there..... Before: They don't write 'em and sing 'em like they used to...
  9. T Jones

    What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

    I was always an Elvis fan too, but number one for me, though, is Jerry Lee Lewis. But, Elvis was definitely bigger than them all. Here ya go!
  10. T Jones

    What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

    Reminds me of a dog we have
  11. T Jones

    What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

    Glad you liked the music, Steve! It doesn't get better than Rock A Billy, especially when it came to those three. Elvis got his start at Sun, too.
  12. T Jones

    What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

    Thank you steur!
  13. T Jones

    What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

    A reposting: My other attempt at making my own version of a (long hair) Whippet....this was a way too small Resistol Stagecoach that was gifted to me by a fellow lounger. If I remember correctly, he found it at a yard sale and just had to save it. He gave it to me and I converted it to be worn...
  14. T Jones

    What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

    Thank you David!
  15. T Jones

    What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

    T Thank you Blare!
  16. T Jones

    What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

    I wish I would have taken pictures of this Melton before I completely reworked it. Not the best quality fur felt but after I redesigned it the hat has a nice profile. A vintage Whippet has always been on my bucket list. I tried bidding on them but I was always outbid by people with deeper...
  17. T Jones

    What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

    You're welcome buddy. I'm glad that posting brought back good memories for you. Johnny Horton was one of my favorites when I was growing up too
  18. T Jones

    What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

    Thank you Steve, and you're welcome for the music!
  19. T Jones

    What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

    Thank you Jim. Yeah, they do retain their stiffness, even when I thin out the felt. Although I do get creases that are sharp and more crisp, and they retain their shape better. I can get them to where they almost react like vintage felt, but once you mist it with a little water to set the crease...
  20. T Jones

    What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

    Thank you David, from one Johnny Horton fan to another! He died way too young, only 35. He definitely had a great voice and, I think, would have been recognized as one of the greats if his life hadn't been cut short. Good to know there's another Johnny Horton fan!
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