Pattern from Out of a Portrait for making Napoleonic Hats.
Out of a Portrait 18the century/Regency Gentlemen's Tall Hat Pattern.
1600-Early 1800s Tall Hat Pattern. Two styles one with an arched brim (shown on the female head) and one with a non-arched brim (shown on the male head) that has a taller crown. This hat is somewhat similar to the Elizabethan style but slopes symmetrically front to back and the crown tip is larger. It is a good option to the Tricorne for this time period. The men’s tall hat comes into fashion as the tricorne is going out of fashion for non military men. It stays in fashion into the Early 1800s in felt as well as straw.
All sizes included.
What do you need to make a hat from this pattern?
-Super strentgh thread
-Wool felt to cover the hat
-Fabric to cover the hat
-Embellishments such as feathers, ribbons and anything that takes your fancy!