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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Friday Shoot Out June 24 th 2011

June 25th. 2011

Well I could go on forever.
Please forgive my personal ones.
These will be in my Etsy Shop eventually.

The Sunflower

The Americano

For Him

The Milady

Could not resist this.
Everyone has worn and loves party hats.
 The children on the left are now parents of ones on the right.

 These type hats are seen all over town especially since all the construction downtown.

 Seen in Heritage Hall Museum at Nazareth.

Click on to enlarge.

The very first head wear of the SCN was the same style as early women would wear in Kentucky.

In the lower pictures a handwoven hat made in Napal where the sisters have missions.

Kentucky Derby Hat.

Hitting the Wilderness Trail.

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Jama said...

I love those crocheted hats made by you, they are so pretty and unique.

Kim, USA said...

Wow you have great choice of hats. And that hat from Kentucky derby I could imagine some of the hats worn by the women there. Would be fun to look at them for sure they are all pretty in colors and huge too ^_^

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Daniella said...

WOW! Opening an etsy shop!! I would love to do that some day. Your hats are awesome!!

Doris Sturm said...

Did you crochet those hats? They look very nice. I love hats, but seldom wear them. I especially love the Kentucky Derby hat - so stylish and I love white for the summer.

Have a lovely weekend,
Doris :-)

Pauline said...

Love your hats, I like the Milady but my face shape needs a wide brim. One of my sisters is a sought after milliner in Australia; the Kentucky Derby hat looks like one from her Raceday collection. One year she made hats for all the females in the family - guess whose had the widest brim? It also had the most flamboyant trims, I was very happy despite not being much of a hat person.

Bagman and Butler said...

What a great and varied collection -- so glad you put in some old party hats!

Doreen said...

nice hats you make! you are so crafty. love the derby hat also.