||About this book
||MQ Publications Ltd
||This book is the perfect tribute to great hats and the people who have worn them with attitude.
|Classic Millinery Techniques: A Complete Guide to Making & Designing Hats
||Ann Albrizio and Osnat Lustig
||Lark Books (NC)
||Over 250 illustrations guide you from drafting patterns to creating classic, head-turning hats including a beret, a a cloche, a pillbox and a sailor hat.
|Cowboys and Hatters: Bond Street, Sagebrush & the Silver Screen
||Wild Goose Press
||Catalog for an exhibition held in 1996 at the Kent State University Museum.
|From the Neck Up: An Illustrated Guide to Hatmaking
||Described as the 'bible of hatmaking for milliners working in theater, film and entertainment'.It can be used as a method of self instruction, as a classroom textbook or as a reference guide.
|The Hat Book: Creating Hats for Every Occasion
||A colourful book about how to design, make, and embellish hats with assurance, how to wear them with panache, and how to enjoy them with style.
|Hats Made Easy
||With basic dressmaking knowledge and a sewing machine, it's easy to create these fabulous hats. Make a floppy beret, a chic headband, a baseball or schoolboy cap. Patterns are given for 5 sizes, and instructions show how to scale your own designs.
|Hats: Status, Style, and Glamour
||Thames & Hudson
||Explores and illustrates every aspect of hats. It catalogues the myriad styles from royal crowns to Rasta caps, and includes chapters on the etiquette of hats and the development of protective headgear. It recounts the achievements both of the great milliners of old as well as today's designers. The text argues that, whilst they can be both glamorous and stylish, hats are also rich with significance for the societies which create them.
|Hats Off: Photographs by Jason Bell
||Dewi Lewis Publishing
||Features 68 leading celebrities from the United States and Europe, modelling stunning hats.
|Hats On Heads: The Art of Creative Millinery
||A wonderful collection of millinery techniques. It covers everything from pattern making, blocked hats, wire frames, draping, bridal and flower making.
|Hats With Values
||A vast array of fashion hats from the early 19th century to the present day in over 350 color photos.
|Millinery for Every Woman
||Georgina Kerr Kaye
||A spectacular book on the topic of Hat Making from shortly before the depression in the Gilded Age. There are over 800 numbered illustrations, it covers all aspect of millinery from making frames to making over 100 types of flowers and leaves.
|Panama: A Legendary Hat
||Martine Buchet and Laziz Hamani
||From Roosevelt to Churchill, Napoleon to the Duke of Windsor, the Panama hat has been donned by some of the world's most distinguished people. This volume offers for the first time an examination of the hat's remarkable history, production process, and variety of shapes.
|The Art of Making Miniature Millinery
||Timothy J. Alberts, M. Dalton King and Pat Henry
||Hobby House Press
||Shows you the ins and outs of making fabulous hats for your antique and contemporary dolls. Designer Timothy Alberts shows step-by-step how you can make stunning hats to accompany your doll’s costumes, and includes four different hat patterns.
|The Century of Hats: Headturning Styles of the 20th Century
||Taking us through the 20th century, this book highlights headturning moments in the millinery world and doffs its cap to acclaimed designers and notable events in hat history. It explores the function and status of headgear, as it reflected the social and political status quo, and examines the different roles hats have played in the life of the past hundred years.
|The Ladies’ Self Instructor in Millinery & Mantua Making, Embroidery & Applique
||R. L. Shep
||Full text available from: https://archive.org/details/
|An American early Victorian classic. Interesting and practical handbook covering all types of plain and fancy sewing for the period, including embroidery, knitting, crochet, applique and garment making. Embellished with both the original engravings, and others from Godey's Lady's Book for 1853.
|The Little Hat Making Book: A Workbook of Turn-of-the-Century Hats
||Drama Publishers/Quite Specific Media
||Ambrose has extensive experience designing and cutting costumes. She has discovered some time-saying and simple methods for building hats and period clothing and is sharing her knowledge in this charming minibook series.
|The Top Hat: An Illustrated History of its Styling and Manufacture
||Wild Goose Press
||This is a heavily-illustrated book all about the classic top hat: how it came to be; how it has changed over the years; and how it is made.
|Vintage Hats and Bonnets 1770-1970 (2nd Edition)
||Over 200 colour photos of existing hats and bonnets, beginning in the eighteenth century and progressing through the golden age of millinery to the 1970s.
|Women’s Hats of the 20th Century
||Maureen Reilly and Mary Beth Detrich
||Hundreds of beautiful hats by important American and European milliners, all illustrated in over 550 colour photos. This carefully researched book profiles the creators and lists the most desirable designer and salon labels. It offers special sections with tips on dating, evaluation, and storing and decoration, as well as a useful value guide.
|Shoes, hats and fashion accessories: a pictorial archive 1850-1940
||Carol Belanger Grafton
||Over, 1,500 detailed cuts — selected from Harper's Bazaar, La Mode Illustrée, Life, The Delineator, and other vintage publications — span nearly 100 years of fashion history. On display are delightful examples of Victorian footwear and millinery, beaded handbags from the early 20th century, stylish high-heeled evening shoes from the 1920s, and much more.
|The Cowboy Hat Book (Revised Edition)
||William Reynolds and Ritch Rand
||Features an impressive array of cowboy hats, showcasing the wide variety of styles, colours, and fabrics used to create the cowboy hat, now a symbol of America and western culture that is recognized all over the world. Beginning with a brief history of the cowboy hat, the authors go on to explain the building of the perfect hat, its care and feeding, hat etiquette, hat hair, and more.
|Hats! Make Classic Hats and Headpieces in Fabric, Felt, and Straw
||St Martin's Griffin
||Innovative milliner Sarah Cant takes you step-by-step through the process of creating many types of hats. Starting with felted hats and two simple classic shapes, a cloche and a trilby, Sarah shows how to use them as the basis for creating a range of different designs just by altering the shape or width of the brim or the crown, or by using different trimmings.