Below a summary of the processes involved in the making of H30:
First of all the design is sketched onto transparency paper. Once happy with the design, it is then prepared for transfer onto the main fabric (the reverse side).
One by one, each segment is pin-tucked and eventually sewn together.
Next the lining has be to made (also consisting of 10 segments). Before joining the lining and main fabric together, a decision has to be made as to the type of decoration.
In this case, vintage mother of pearl buttons are sewn on before completing the lining and lastly, feathers are added.
And this is the Gilboa Beret / Tam style hat H30 finished.