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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
Looking great today Hector!
Vintage Wormser for my dermatologist visit this afternoon.
Thanks my friend. The sun is refusing to come out, lol...
German Velour possibly early 1930s later 1920s could be older. Not sure if it had a liner. No company mark or paper label. I found this hat a long while ago but it's a very nice old Velour.
Wonderful Steve! The shape and proportions of it reminds me a lot the Huckel prima.
When I think of velour hats, the first thing that comes in mind is your exquisite collection
Chris, Thank you! This hat has a tall crown.
Very nice. That bow looks a lot like the one I made for my Disney, although I had to use Petersham since I couldn’t find any 2” woven edge in the color I was wanting. I’ll have to try it again with some 1-1/2” when I don’t have to hide bleaching from the previous ribbon. It is very time consuming and tedious.
Maybe I didn’t make it long enough though, I ran out of ribbon since I only ordered one yard and this takes more than a regular bow:
Miller Bros. Horseman
Looks great, Hector! And it looks a lot like my 50s Dobbs I posted yesterday!
Very nice Steve. Now that is a tall crown !!
Very nice Hector, is that the modern one ?
Thanks, yes it is.
Looking great Brent. You wear those big brims so well
Tim, Thank you!
That looks good too.....
Eddie Bauer Open Road beater today