Finishing Hats and Scarves.
Did you think I had forgotten it was my time to post again? I didn’t I have been running around like crazy getting things ready for the Guilds Sale and Exhibition that starts Saturday. But as I am co-chair of the committee running it I have lots to do and set up is Friday at 4:00. And of course, as per my usual operations, I am not ready to be in the show yet either. Not to worry its only Tuesday, Lots of time… Right?
So, yesterday I was working on hats. I had pinned them to dry 2 days before. This one is black, with a blue silk cap stretch over ti. I am really happy with how the silk looks. I will try to get a picture of it off the block but no time right now.
This is the redo of the one that was shapped oddly at the midway point.
I shaped and pinned and after it was dry tried fiddling with the curls. I didn’t like them. I decided they needed to be curling the other way and be tighter.
I wet them down and rolled them up again in the other direction and on smaller little crat tubes. They need to dry again.
Lastly was the purple one. I cut the elongated edge into strips and wove it together again and pinned it in place to dry.
Yesterday while waiting in the car I trimmed it and sewed it into place. Not the best background for a picture but it was better than my messy computer desk.
All in all I am quite happy with them. Next time I hope to have pictures with no pins for you to see. I will probably have to take them at the show. Where did the time go?
8 thoughts on “Finishing Hats and Scarves.”
The hats look wonderful Ann. Good luck with running the show, that is a hard job, I hope the guild appreciates all your hard work 🙂
Thanks, Ruth. I have some very good helpers.
Beautiful looking hats even with the pins😊
Hope you have an excellent show and sale.
Thanks, I am hoping we get a good turn out.
They look great Ann and the woven detail is lovely – hope you get the sales!
Thanks, Lyn. I really like that one too.
Lovely hats Ann – including the temporary decoration! Hope your pieces find new owners.
Thanks, Antje. sometimes thand can look pretty strang along the way.