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Discussion in 'Hats' started by deanglen, Nov 8, 2007.
Love the color of that linen, Lou - very antiquey!
Great looking linen cap
Thanks gentlemen, Barry did a great job with this cap.
Hepville cap. Lightweight with half leather sweatband.
Razzman - nice volume to that cap
Very nice! Never seen that brand before. Where are they made?
Wearing One of my Monsivais Volume-full 4/8 crown Caps, a late 1920s beautiful necktie, cream flannels (dated 1930) and a mid 1920s jacket .
Hepville is Bela, from Germany; He stopped posting here on the lounge more than a year ago if I'm not mistaken. I believe he was the first lounger to start making caps. I started making 8 darted caps when he was already making and selling 8 panel newsboy caps. He has an etsy shop.
If i remember correctly, Bela stopped posting here around the time he started training as a tailor.
Aha! Thanks, guys.
Nice look Damian.
My new pleated casquette. Le Couteau, made with some truly remarkable antique fabric. Hand loomed, hand dyed cotton from Bulgaria, made between 1900 and 1920. It has that delicious slightly rough nubbly texture of handmade fabric. Lined with 1930's Japanese kimono silk. Full leather band and leather visor, vintage United Carr snap and 1900-1910 buttons. It's also my first cap of this design with a stingy 2" brim, like my 1920's French 8 dart. I think the stubby brim suits the crown nicely.
I can wear this in all but the hottest weather, as it breathes and is relatively lightweight, but keeps my head warm on this autumnal day in Sydney.
Very nice Keith!
this is a great cap
Where you been, Bro Cavefish?
Great job Keith. I love the fabric.
Killer one Damian. Loks good on you.
Also a real winner Razzman. Great fabric as well.
I second that! Splendid Caps guys.
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This one is mine but I there is one I made available in my shop.
Very nice cap cavefish.