Hatty Japes

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    1. I THINK I have it sussed. the diagrams are fairly clear, it’s things like ‘lining’ ‘interfacing’ and ‘petersham’ that were irking me…although clear the diagrams are also awfully small and it’s a pain to have to keep squinting through my magnifying thingy

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  1. Mostly right. The word for crown is shown above where it says “M10.5” on the top right diagram (Side Crown, is what it says). I don’t see anything marked for a fold – looks like a single layer cut, unless I’m missing something.

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  2. There’s an online crib for Japanese to English dressmaking terms. I’m away from home and don’t have the link, but maybe someone can chip in? I used it to translate pattern magic instructions, as my book predated the translated version. It did still involve some guesswork but helped.

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  3. I would have hurled the whole thing into a corner and sulked by now. Well done for persisting. I was told that hair spray reduced static cling. Maybe that would help on any of your lining choices?

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  4. Boggle. They make a pattern piece and then you have to add a bit? I can understand it for things like very long trouser legs where they wouldn’t fit on the sheet and you’re just extending a line (Burda does that a lot) but for a hat?

    Definitely have the fur on the top.

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    1. lol as it stands I’m putting the fur under the brim [the missus insisted] and it’s nearly finished. It was a bit odd I must admit: the traced pattern piece for the brim is curved, then you extend it to a rectangle [so might as well have just drafted arectangle direct onto the fabric]. The brim is reshaped cleverly, so that it’s narrower at the nape, wide at the fornt, then [for some design reason I don’t get] slightly different depths at the side seams. Ah well, it’s looking good!

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