Category: millinery


2014 ~ November ~ Fascinators

Becoming an annual tradition is the jolly gathering of the guild around embellishments of all kinds and the making of rakish party hats for the holidays.
Oh, such fun we have.

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2014 ~ October ~ Jean Hicks

Jean Hicks, Felt Artist, gave a lecture and slide
presentation of her felt fusion trip to the Altai Mountains
in southern Siberia (just above Mongolia/China/Kasakhstan)
in July/August of 2012. After traveling with felt artists
from Finland and Russia, Jean and her colleagues lived with
local shepherds in their yurts. They made felt with local
women, both teaching and learning.
Wonderful program!

http://www.jeanhicks.com
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December Potluck and Fascinators

Stylish guild members, Annie Turner and Janice Johnson, sport their handmade mini chapeaus.

A tip o’ the toque to Janice’s sister, milliner Carol Campbell,who brought this creative project to the guild a year ago.

These materials work well together…moss, lichen, a dried rose and a sweet bird make this cap a natural.

After the potluck and cap making fun the 2011 the Seaview Weaving and Fiber Arts GuildĀ  gathered for a pose.

See you in January!