Monday, July 2, 2012

The making of Gilboa Flat Cap H37

Showing some of the steps involved when creating pin-tucks:

Handsketched design is finalised in ink on transparency paper. 
From there it is copied onto the left side of the fabric with tailor copy paper.

The design now has to be made visible on the right side of the fabric without leaving any marks later.

Different coloured threads help prefents confusion when sewing the actual pin-tucks.

Part one of the cap is ready to be cut into shape

The pin-tuck design on the main hat piece is taking shape.

The main piece finished, ready to be cut into shape.

The finished hat - Gilboa Flat Cap H37

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