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Article about: Hello everybody, first off, please excuse me if my entry is in a wrong category or not fitting at all, this is my first and maybe only post. My name is Helen, and i am not a collector of mil

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    wow...i am flattered. Thank you all. It was a bit of a struggle, but i t came together somehow. I didn't show the inside on purpose, because it still lacks the inner lining and a leather sweatband.
    If you are interested, i will post pictures of the cap i will actually give my hubby for his birthday.

    Thank you very much for your kind words, having my work appreciated by people who collect the "real deal" is quite a confidence boost

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ID:	801634Bravo. We admire your determination to make something of merit and the affection it manifests. Moreover, we have assembled here some relevant knowledge, which usually is stolen by
    larcenous people to improve fakes. Happy birthday to all and happy hats, too!
    damit, basta.

  4. #23
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    We would be happy to see the one you give as a gift!

    "Please", Thank You" and proper manners appreciated

    My greatest fear is that one day I will die and my wife will sell my guns for what I told her I paid for them

    "Don't tell me these are investments if you never intend to sell anything" (Quote: Wife)

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    hello again, everybody. I have made 3 more caps since my last post, and this is the most "promising" one so far. I think i found myself a very nice new hobby.
    And, to answer my initial question myself: I was told the fabric i was looking for was virgin wool. I ordered some and i am currently trying to match the cap from my first
    post more accurately. I have until the 28th of march still....

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  6. #25


    Great Job Helen!!!
    Semper Fi

  7. #26


    Well done and nicely executed. Congratulations.
    damit, basta.

  8. #27


    If you are in Germany, you should have much less trouble finding the right textile, because of the wealth of such things there.

    The cap textile was usually a woolen blend of high quality. The field caps in the years prior to 1939 were often doeskin wool.

    The key is to find the right shade of field grey, which should be possible.

    Thanks for sharing your work with us.

    I will order two from you, if you tell me how much your labor costs.
    damit, basta.

  9. #28


    You can also go in Germany to these nice courses for Hutmacherin, especially in Bavaria and maybe also in Austria, too.
    damit, basta.

  10. #29


    Siehe da:


    HutmacherIn Liste Öffnen/Schließen

    Cap maker Liste Öffnen/Schließen

    Clothing design specialising in milliner and hat making (clothing designer…) Liste Öffnen/Schließen

    Milliner Liste Öffnen/Schließen
    Spezialisierungen und verwandte Berufsbezeichnungen

    HutmacherInnen entwerfen, fertigen, ändern, reparieren und reinigen alle Arten von Damen- und Herrenhüten. Als Werkstoff verwenden sie nahezu ausschließlich Filz (durch Pressen von Schafwolle und anderer Tierhaare hergestelltes dichtes Material).

    HutmacherInnen werden in Betrieben des Hutmachergewerbes (meist auf Reparaturarbeiten spezialisierte Kleinbetriebe) und in Betrieben der Hutindustrie vorwiegend in Graz und in Wien beschäftigt.
    Aktuelle Stellenangebote

    .... in der online-Stellenvermittlung des AMS (eJob-Room): 2 zum AMS-eJob-Room

    Durchschnittliches Einstiegsgehalt ab Euro 1370 bis 1680 brutto pro Monat.
    Je nach Ausbildungsniveau sind Unterschiede beim Einstiegsgehalt möglich: Lehre von EUR 1370 bis EUR 1520; Mittlere/Höhere Schulen von EUR 1520 bis EUR 1680.

    Ständiges Sitzen
    Berufliche Basiskompetenzen

    Herstellung von Hüten und Kopfbedeckungen, Nähen, Textilherstellungs- und -bearbeitungskenntnisse
    Fachliche berufliche Kompetenzen

    KundInnenbetreuungskenntnisse; insbesondere: Fachberatung
    Reinigungskenntnisse; insbesondere: Textilreinigung
    Textilherstellungs- und -bearbeitungskenntnisse; insbesondere: Textilverarbeitung (Herstellung von Hüten und Kopfbedeckungen, Nähen, Staffieren (Textilverarbeitung), Zuschnitt)

    Überfachliche berufliche Kompetenzen

    Ästhetisches Gefühl
    Unempfindlichkeit der Haut
    damit, basta.

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    I have urgent need of this aspect in two cases of great need.

    "....meist auf Reparaturarbeiten spezialisierte Kleinbetriebe...."
    damit, basta.

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