New York 194; ca. 1930s; Hats. Attractive, small, neat-fitting hats.. with loads of jaunty charm and marvelously easy to make! "A" - Darling version of the fisherman hat, so young and smart. It is brown felt with trim of felt. "B" - An especially becoming off-face silhouette for afternoons, in coral-red suedecloth. "C" - A dainty toque-style in black cire satin, draped to suggest a beret. A ruffle swooping half way across the back, lends interesting height to the crown. "D" - A flattering hat of black antelope with strass clips, reveals chic details in its crown and smartly shaped brim. Pattern includes all four models in sizes small, medium, and large.
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