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Hello and welcome to Kay's Art of Millinery. This blog is to thank you for the e-mails and calls in reference to my workshops, and recent opportunity to be the sponsored designer in Jet Magazine’s April 30, 2012 issue.

I also wish you to know the buckram hat frames pages on the site have been completed and you may place your orders. On the new buckram frame pages you will find the largest selection of hat frames on the internet utilizing almost one hundred wooden crown and brim blocks.

Many of the buckram frames are different from any others offered, which allows you to create hat designs no one else has because most of them are NOT sold or produced by other milliners. All the frames are individually hand blocked using white buckram. The two-piece crowns and brims combinations are not attached however, some will be for shipping purposes. 

Those buying hat frames need to know they are considered unfinished because they lack outer coverings, linings, and embellishments…... for those wishing to add them. Also. please keep checking the site for new hat frames, which will include hat frames from my newly acquired Fascinator hat blocks. 

Lastly, I will be bringing more than 200 hat frames to each weekend workshop for sale, and look forward to hearing from you again soon. For those registered for workshops I will see you soon, in the meantime…..happy hat making. If you wish to contact me make sure the e-mail address you leave is correct. 
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Kay’s Hat Blog

by Kay Durden on 06/27/10

Hello and welcome to my new hat blog. Many of you have e-mailed me about hat-making and in the past I have answered you personally. I am aware those of us practicing the art of millinery are a small group, and information is not always readily available. For that reason I have decided to post you questions and comments to help other milliners who often have the same concerns.

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1. ROSE said on 9/18/10 - 02:18PM
ARE YOU FAMILIAR WITH THE SATIN RIBBON HAT CONSTRUCTION AND ALSO THE STRAW BRAID MACHINES? THANKS-ROSE SKIPPERDAWGGS-HATS@YAHOO.COM


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