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Posted on:12/3/13 10:15 AM

Simplicity: 1736 by nicegirl  Simplicity: 1736 by nicegirl  
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 15 people   
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said... (12/9/13 4:04 PM) Reply
Fabulous hat and it looks wonderful with your coloring. Beautiful!
SewLibra said... (12/4/13 3:35 PM) Reply
Great, thorough review and very cute hat!
Mahogany Stylist said... (12/4/13 12:45 PM) Reply
Thank you for the very helpful review. The hat is gorgeous.
marec said... (12/4/13 9:39 AM) Reply
Ilook forward to your wardrobe for the tweed ride, especially the hat. This hat is so very cute, and your trims are wonderful. Nice!
sergette said... (12/4/13 1:56 AM) Reply
What a gorgeous hat...and the colors look so good with your coloring. Very comprehensive instructions. Well done!
Dilliander said... (12/4/13 0:07 AM) Reply
What a gorgeous dye result and a great hat! Enjoy the bike ride event. You look fabulous!
zuzu_petal said... (12/3/13 8:32 PM) Reply
You had me at Rit dye. I love how you had a plan and it all turned out so great; very inspiring as I have this pattern tucked away. Thanks so much for a fantastic review.
atymonw said... (12/3/13 6:45 PM) Reply
Very fetching!
Mufffet said... (12/3/13 3:51 PM) Reply
Oh how cute! That is a scrumptious hat! ;)
FreyaStark said... (12/3/13 2:59 PM) Reply
A fine effort, and it looks wonderful.
AnneM said... (12/3/13 1:19 PM) Reply
How adorable! I love hats. This is a nice combination of practicality and style. Silk makes a good hat lining since it doesn't flatten the hair as much as other options. Thank you for providing all that pattern information in your review!
Quickie said... (12/3/13 12:26 PM) Reply
clij said... (12/3/13 11:42 AM) Reply
Love the style and color of your hat. I have never considered making a hat but your review might change that! Thanks for the lining tips.
frame said... (12/3/13 11:20 AM) Reply
Great hat!
61sew4fun said... (12/3/13 11:10 AM) Reply
I have this pattern waiting to be made up. I have the opposite problem as you, a very large skull, so always need to grade up :(. This is so stylish on you and I really am inspired to pull it out today. Lovely linings are really necessary in fashion hats, good call, and removable trim is brilliant to make it versatile. I have an extensive vintage hat collection all of which are too small for me except the whimsies and perch toppers so I am jealous that you could wear my 20's cloches, this fabulous winter white turban and my Caroline Reboux.
RadarRadiance said... (12/3/13 10:49 AM) Reply
What a fun review, love your new hat, super cute and stylish on you!
Melwyk said... (12/3/13 10:41 AM) Reply
Very nice! Thanks for all the tips on fitting, seaming and lining -- I'll be using your help as I've just bought this pattern. But I bought it because I have a gargantuan head and hats are hard to find big enough for me ;)
MinaLMcGrady said... (12/3/13 10:19 AM) Reply
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