1934 Ladies Hats in Several Styles

1934 Ladies Hats in Several Styles

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Sized to fit a 22 Inch Head - This 1930s reproduction pattern features hats in several options that include brimmed, beret style, and rolled brim.

SUGGESTED MATERIALS : Velvet, Taffeta, Silk, Light Weight Woolens,

For View A, A-1 and B As Shown


39 Inch Wide Material Without Nap                        5/8 Yard
1 Inch Wide Ribbon                                                 5/8 Yard
1 Inch Wide Belting For Inside Band                      3/4 Yard'

For View C, C-1 and C-2 As Shown

39 Inch Wide Material Without Nap                        3/8 Yard
1 Inch Wide Ribbon                                                 3/4 Yard
 5/8 Inch Wide Belting For Inside Band                  3/4 Yard

For View D, D-1 and D-3 As Shown

39 Inch Wide Material Without Nap                        3/8 Yard
1 Inch Wide Ribbon                                                 7/8 Yard
 5/8 Inch Wide Belting For Inside Band                  3/4 Yard

For View D-2 As Shown

39 Inch Wide Material Without Nap                                     3/8 Yard
39 Inch Wide Material For Contrast Under Brim                 3/8 Yard
 5/8 Inch Wide Belting For Inside Band                               3/4 Yard

For All Views

39 Inch Wide Lining Material                                  3/8 Yard
39 Inch Wide Crinoline For Interlining                    3/4 Yard



4 Stars
pretty good
I made style C-1 out of cotton fabric. I used iron on woven interfacing on the brim, which wasn't quite stiff enough. I ended up fastening the brim up with a pin, similar to style C-2. Watch carefully when laying out your pattern for cutting: I think one of the pieces on the crown is printed backward, or on the wrong side of the paper. Anyway, the notches didn't match up right and you will need to put that pattern piece face-down. Fortunately my fabric was the same on both sides so it was no problem. The construction is simple and it goes together quickly. I made a fitted lining by using the crown pattern pieces and making sure the seams were opposite to the crown so all seams would be enclosed to the inside. Hope that makes sense!
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