Where did you get that hat

I have been crafting with the girls this week.  It has all been by remote control via e.mail.  I met Chrissie, Sandra and Janet via the JFF challenge.  We have decided to carry on crafting together once a week.

This week our challenge was to make anything to do with a hat.  Originally I was going to make some fabric flowers and decorate a hat but it just wasn’t working.   For quickness I made this little hat instead.

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I don’t think I will ever make a Milliner!  This hat is really for a rag doll but it is quite big.

The hat was made out of an old table cloth and I used up some scraps to make the little embellishment

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The large button is a poker chip.  I drilled some holes in it and cover it with some pretty papers.  I gave it a coat of modge podge and edged it with a gold pen.

This weeks challenge is a trial run.  Chrissie has set up a challenge blog.  Initially it was for the four of us to post our creations on.  Chrissie, being the kind and generous person that she is, has worked wonders in setting the blog up so that anyone, who wishes to, can join in the fun.  The first challenge will be on the 29th March.  If you fancy joining in or want to know more about the challenges you can see all the info here.

 

Best Wishes Florence x

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  1. How cute is this little hat, I hope that one day you will have the time to make the raggedy doll to go with it ! :0) Have been full of the cold this week so have been absent from blogging but I’m away to have a look at the new challenge site now! TTFN xx

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    • Hi Suze. So pleased you called in. I have popped over to your blog a few times, in case my subscriptions were not working. I wondered if you were ok. Last time I visited your blog, you mentioned cleaning up your craft room! I thought you had got lost under your stash 🙂 Sorry to hear you are poorly. Hope you feel better soon. Always great to hear from you. Thank you for calling in.
      Regards Florence xx
      P.S. I have made a rag doll that fits this hat 🙂 but she had an ugly face!!! LOL!

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    • Hi There. Great to hear from you. Blossom the teenage character! I had to think then. Yes, I see what you mean 😉 Thank you for popping in and for your comments.
      Regards Florence xx

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  2. Tickled pink that you guys have got together and stared your own challenge for yourselves. And then you just whipped up a hat you are a tirelessly endlessly creative person. Have fun with your new challenge XOXO Zoe

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    • Hi Zoe. Hope all is well. I am really pleased that we can all still carry on crafting. If it hadn’t been for JFF we probably would not have met. So thank you!
      Always lovely to hear from you Zoe, thank you for calling in and for your lovely comments.
      Regards Florence xx

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  3. Gosh Florence – is there no end to your talents, your hat is beautiful.
    Good luck with your new blog – I’ve just become a follower and will try and enter some of the challenges.
    xxx Hazel.

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    • Hi Hazel, Great to hear from you. Thank you for popping in and for your lovely comments today. I will pass on your good wishes to the girls. It is Chrissie’s blog. She has worked wonders getting it up and running. Looking forward to seeing you joining in the challenges when time permits. I know what a busy bee you are.
      Take care,
      Florence xxx

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  4. Hi Florence, I love your hat. You are one talented lady. The new website sounds like a great idea. I will be checking on it often. I too have been having trouble leaving comments.
    Have a great day,
    Betty

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    • Hi Betty. Hope all is well. Sorry you have been having problems with leaving messages. I am pleased you managed to get one through. Always lovely to hear from you. Thank you so much for popping in and for your kind words.
      Regards Florence xx

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  5. Neet. I have just checked this out. All you have to do is fill in the form as mentioned above. Press the leave a comment button. A box should appear. “Leave a reply”, Your reply in the box, your email address (which is not shown), name and where it says website put in your URL although this is not compulsory. Just in case anyone wants to say Hi and hasn’t got a blog.

    Thanks again for mentioning it.
    Florence xx

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  6. Me again, have tried and tried to leave a comment but with my usual Google Account it won’t let me. Someone said to go anonymous and put my name in the body of the comment – it worked! (see above – a trial)
    Do love your hat, if it was bigger I would wear it – love the pin and buttons you have made. I love hats, not that they suit me but I just love them. I wish you four all the best with your blog – enjoy yourselves.
    Hugs, Neet xx

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    • Hi Neet. Sorry to hear you have been have problems leaving comments. You should be able to leave a comment by clicking on leave a comment button and filling in the Leave a reply form without your google account. I will check that out. Thanks for mentioning it. I will always edit comments to include a link back to a blog if there is not one there.

      As always it has been great to hear from you. I love hats as well. I have usually got a bushmans hat on. Not very feminine I know. Thank you so much for calling in and for your lovely comments.
      Regards Florence xxx

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    • Hey Paula. I was thinking Matilda could do with a hat and wondered if I could reduce the patter to make her one. I think with her dark bob it would suit her!! 😉
      Always great to hear from sweetie. Thank you for calling in and for your lovely comments.
      Regards Florence xx

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  7. Such talent to make your own hat. I would wear this. In fact I have a cloche style hat, yes I would definitely wear this.
    Stunning and creative.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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    • Hi Lynne. Hope all is well. You know, I have always imagined you in a cloche hat, especially with your style of creativity. Thank you for calling in and for your lovely comments.
      Regards Florence xx

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    • Sunnie! Hi! How lovely to hear from you. It certainly is fun living the creative life 🙂 Love your blog. Thank you for popping over and for your kind words.
      Regards Florence xx

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    • Hi Janet. Hope all is well. Thank you for popping in and for your lovely comments. Always great to hear from you. Looking forward to the crafting.
      Regards Florence xx

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  8. The hat is so pretty! Who wouldn’t love to be seen in that? The poker chip idea is fantastic. My kids play with my husband’s old poker chip set and I find them lying around the house all the time. Maybe I should start using them for crafts!!! LOL

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    • Hi Tracy. Hope all is well. Tiddly winks are also a good one to use. I remember when I was little the poker chips used to be made out of wood. I had a coat once which had poker chip buttons on!!:) Thank you for calling in and for your lovely comments.
      Regards Florence xx

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    • Hi Ann. Great to hear from you. Hope that you will be able to join in. It is all very laid back and should be lots of fun. Thank you for popping over and for your lovely comments.
      Regards Florence xx

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  9. You are so clever, this really is good, nice and simple, my grandmother was a milliner before she married and used to make us all hats as kids, big floppy fabric ones, I adored them, Grandma was pleased, she had a horror of the sun! c

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    • Hi C, Great to hear from you. I bet they were amazing. I love hats especially big floppy ones. Thank you for calling in and for your lovely comments.
      Regards Florence xx

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  10. I love that hat Florence, If it was my size I would wear it for sure. Love how you made the decoration. Fab start such high standards already. Hugs Sandra XXX

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    • Hi Valerie. Hope you are ok. It would certainly go with Auntie Cissies T-shirts 🙂 Do you think Jason would get jealous though?! 🙂 Thank you for calling in and for your lovely comments. They made me giggle.
      Take Care,
      Florence xx

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  11. I would love a hat like that for sure Florence

    Well and thank you for the kind words. I am sure we have lots of fun and hope others will have fun with us

    xxx

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    • Hi Chrissie. Hope all is well and you are feeling better. Really looking forward to crafting with you guys on a weekly basis and with anyone else who wants to join in. Thank you for popping in and for your lovely comments.
      Regards Florence xx

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  12. I’ve only got a little head 😉 if your a rag doll short 🙂 Lovely hat Florence and what a good idea with the poker chip
    Good luck with your new venture
    Von x♥x

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