Working on some Hats

I have been working on some hats. this week. A couple of weeks ago I sold my last Viking hat so needed to make some more. Theses are the 2 bases for the hats. They will have horns felted onto them.

viking hats start

I do not know what colour to do the horns on the blue one. Last time I did yellow but I do not have any yellow wool right now. What colour would you use?

I also finished the felting on 2 more pill box type hats.

hat sides hat tops

The purple hat has green blue faced leicester curls.   The pink one has silk throwers waist. I will sew them together this weekend.  I need to make scarves but what i really ant to do is more fingerless mitts. I am having fun with them.

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9 Responses to Working on some Hats

  1. Lyn says:

    Lovely hats Ann!

    Have you got any orange wool for the horns? White?

  2. Marilyn Nelson says:

    Great hats. They look nice and snugly. You could use white or orange as Lyn suggested, black, grey or brown unless you want funky then make them purple. Have fun!

    • Thanks Marilyn. I do want funky but I think purple may end up being a girls hat, I like to keep them unisex. The pink and purple one I just sold has been around over 2 years.

  3. zedster66 says:

    Great Hats, Ann 🙂 I think almost any colour would go with that blue, I’d go for an orangey shade too.

  4. ruthlane says:

    Your hats are wonderful. I think that Zed is right, most any color would work.

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