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Hats

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Hunter Green Velveteen Italian Bonnet

Pattern for Hat from Lynn McMasters

Olive Green Suede Hat

Purchased from Excalibur Leather

       

Black Damask Flat Cap

Purchased from Felix Needleworthy

 

     

Straw Hat

Purchased from Jas. Townsend & Son, Inc.

Decorated by my SIL for her trip to Williamsburg.

Underside of Straw Hat

The ribbon here was also done by my SIL. The really cool thing about this placement of the ribbon is that it allows one to tie the ribbon at the nape of the neck instead of under the chin.

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Pouches and Fans

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Black Leather Pouch

Purchased from Excalibur Leather

Pewter Flask in Leather Pouch

Purchased from Single Tree

   

Hunter Green Velveteen Sweet Bag

Pattern from Margo Anderson's Historic Costume Patterns

Hunter Green Velveteen Round Pouch

Pattern from Margo Anderson's Historic Costume Patterns

Feather Fan

Purchased from Camelot Enterprises

 

   

Hunter Green Velveteen Needlebook (outside with slipcase cover)

Pattern from Margo Anderson's Historic Costume Patterns

Hunter Green Velveteen Needlebook

Pattern from Margo Anderson's Historic Costume Patterns

Hunter Green Velveteen Needlebook (inside)

Pattern from Margo Anderson's Historic Costume Patterns

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Shoes

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Mary Janes by Dexter

Purchased from Coward Shoe

Black Leather Shoes by Walking Cradles

Purchased from Coward Shoe

(These did not fit me a well as they should, so I gave them to my mother)

         

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