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Tara Maginnis' HatsTara Maginnis' Hats

HatsMyhats60567 00.jpgCabbage Hat of molded felt seen from above

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HatsMyhats70983 24.jpg Side views of the Cabbage Hat

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HatsMyhats70983 21.jpgMolded felt Rose Doll Hat with felt applique and acrylic painted highlights

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HatsMyhats70983 18.jpgSnail Shell Cloche. Moldedbucram, covered with Bias cut peach satin damask, trimmed with grey piping.

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HatsMyhats70985 05.jpgPartyFez, Molded felt with felt applique and acrylic painted highlights. Designs onthe hat include Question mark, Party streamers and an old style soada pop top.

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HatsMyhats70985 10.jpgButton Hat, Black wool cap with decoration of Russian glass buttons insilver, white and pearl colors.

HatsMyhatsHorsehr.jpg Ruffled Transparent Horsehair Cap, Sewn of spiralingstrips of beige nylon horsehair braid.

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