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squarepicLauren shows us how to recreate a stunning 19th century "drawn" bonnet from an original antique and explains its historical importance.

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cahueful
This is a great article.Thank you!! Really well written and easy to follow with super helpful photos.
It's very timely too as I was just in the middle of researching what would be the best hat for my Nutcracker Mother Ginger to wear. Thank you for perfect timing!

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Lauren
Thank you very kindly! I had a lovely time working on this one. Glad it has provided some useful inspiration. All the best with your Nutcracker project!
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heraldis
I’m loving this article, and am going through making it. The instructions are really clear, Thankyou :). One note though, I can’t find a pattern for the tip or bavolet. I think i can work them out, but I just wanted someone to know :)

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Lauren
Thanks for the tip! Am so pleased you like the article, I had great fun doing it. I've amended the instructions and included a new pdf pattern for the tip and bavolet. You're right, they are easy enough to work out, but its always nice to know for sure!

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