COSTUMES.ORG -- THE COSTUMER'S MANIFESTO WIKI

History100pagesRenhat

Revision as of 00:17, 23 January 2014 by Andrew (Talk | contribs)

(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)

How to Make a Renaissance Hat

How to Make a Renaissance HatInstructions &patterns for men's and women's Renaissance flat caps worn from c.1525 to c.1585

RenaissanceRenhatprojectSpanishlady.gif

RenaissanceRenhatprojectFrenchman.gif

RenaissanceRenhatprojectManspatrn.gifStep 1. Make a pattern as shown.

Step 2. Cut out 1 crown and two brims in fabric, and one brim in either heavy weight non-woven interfacing, or medium weight woven interfacing.

RenaissanceRenhatprojectWomanspatrn.gif

RenaissanceRenhatprojectBrimpatrn.gifStep 3. Sew the three brims together at 5/8" away from the outer edge; the interfacing should be on top, and the right sides of the fabric face together.

Step 4. Trim the seam allowance away. Turn the right sides of the fabric outside and press. Pleat or gather the crown into the brim (pins help). Sew crown to brim with a 5/8" seam allowance. (remove the pins!)

RenaissanceRenhatprojectCrownpatrn.gif

Step 5. (optional) Cut a lining from the crown pattern, gather and sew to the inside with a blind stitch. Sew braid, beads, or jewels to the join between brim and crown, trim with a feather and/or a hat brooch.

RenaissanceMisc16thcentheaddress.jpg French Officer c.1580

AmazonVideoBallerinorendance.jpg

The Costumer's Manifesto is proudly hosted by

OnlineCostumeStore.comyour online source for Halloween Costumes.

Home

Questions

Sponsorship

Buy Books and More

UAF

About Me

This Page is part of

Costumer's Manifestoby , Ph.D. Copyright 1996-2007. You may print out any of these pages for non-profit educational use such as school papers, teacher handouts, or wall displays.You may link to any page in my site.

Product Links

buying info: Video: Il Ballarino : The Art of Renaissance Dance

This Page is part of The Costumer's Manifesto, originally founded by Tara Maginnis, Ph.D. from 1996-2014, now flying free as a wiki for all to edit and contribute. Site maintained, hosted, and wikified by Andrew Kahn. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License; additional terms may apply. See Terms of Use for details. You may print out any of these pages for non-profit educational use such as school papers, teacher handouts, or wall displays. You may link to any page in this site.