A London Hat Week Event.
Stylish, practical and versatile, the cut and sew cap has limitless possibilities. Mastering the technique can expand your millinery repertoire and open you up to other areas of the headwear market.
In this masterclass, tutor Karen Henriksen will take you through the steps to make a baker boy cap from marking out the pattern to lining your hat.
Karen Henriksen has built an international reputation for her singularly stylish interpretations of classic hat styles for women and men. Bringing a milliner’s touch to everyday headwear, she aims to find the perfect balance of elegance, innovation and practicality. In this session, she will share with you her extensive experience in creating tailored headwear.
This class is suitable for intermediate and advanced makers. You should know how to use a sewing machine and have experience of following a pattern. And milliners, tell your dressmaking friends to sign up too!
All tools and materials will be supplied, including British-made classic herringbone design Shetland quality pure new wool fabric. Depending on your sewing speed you should leave the masterclass with a completed hat along with a flat pattern (Small/Medium/Large) for you to continue to make at your own pace.